- 7 Hub Locations
- Founded in 2009
Integrated Science Education Outreach (InSciEd Out) is a collaborative partnership committed to rebuilding pre-K through 12 science education for Pre-K—12 students, and providing opportunities for in-service teachers to grow themselves as scientists, engineers, and educators. Our mission is to engage students and empower teachers through research-based experiential learning rooted in real science and connected to the local communities to close the achievement gap.
InSciEd Out launched in 2009 as a collaboration among Mayo Clinic, Winona State University-Rochester, and Rochester Public Schools. It has since grown to include collaborations in Florida, Illinois, India, and Ghana.
THE INSCIED OUT PROGRAM WAS MADE POSSIBLE IN PART BY A SCIENCE EDUCATION PARTNERSHIP AWARD (SEPA), GRANT NUMBER 1 R25 OD021879-01, FROM THE NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF GENERAL MEDICAL SCIENCES (NIGMS), NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH (NIH). ITS CONTENTS ARE SOLELY THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE AUTHORS AND DO NOT NECESSARILY REPRESENT THE OFFICIAL VIEWS OF THE NIGMS OR NIH.