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Characteristics of STEM BP Initiatives

Students & Educators

PreK-20 Students

The eight Alliances that completed the Hub'sreached a total of 1,925 students during the 2019-20 school year. Of this number, 358 (19%) were undergraduate students at 2-year institutions of higher education (IHEs), 980 (51%) were undergraduate students at 4-year IHEs, 78 (4%) were graduate students, and 509 (26%) were classified as post-secondary students whose IHE level could not be distinguished. Note that the number of students reached is a duplicate count that reflects the total number of times that students were directly reached (both within and across projects) in a given school year.

The Participant Worksheet also collects information on the demographic characteristics of students reached directly. As shown below, the default setting provides a view of the demographic data for all 1,925 students (including a significant number for whom gender, ethnicity, and/or race data are not available). By checking the Exclude Not Collected by Project filter, you can view data for the subset of students for whom gender, ethnicity, and/or race data are available.

The Alliancesreached a total of 16,073 students during the 2019-20 school year. Of this number, 2,475 (15%) were elementary and secondary students and 13,598 (85%) were postsecondary students.

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2019-2020 School Year

2019-2020 School Year

Gender Number Percent
Female 1,417 15.7%
Male 1,536 17.8%
Non-binary and/or Gender Queer 1,508 16.6%
Other 1,464 16.4%
Not Provided by Respondent 1,401 15.5%
Not Collected by Project 1,546 17.9%

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2019-2020 School Year

2019-2020 School Year

Race Number Percent
White 1,436 8.12%
Black or African American 1,428 8.07%
Middle Eastern or Northern African 1,447 8.18%
Asian or Asian American 1,523 8.61%
American Indian or Alaska Native 1,523 8.61%
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander 1,522 8.61%
Collected but not categorized by project 1,546 10.74%
Multi-racial 1,417 8.74%
Other 1,494 10.45%
Not provided by respondent 1,317 7.45%
Not collected by project 1,437 10.13%

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2019-2020 School Year

2019-2020 School Year

Ethnicity Number Percent
Hispanic or Latino/a/x 1,384 22.7%
Not Hispanic or Latino/a/x 1,511 25.5%
Not provided by respondent 1,578 26.4%
Not collected by project 1,502 25.4%

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2019-2020 School Year

2019-2020 School Year

First Generation Number Percent
First-generation college student 704 27.6%
Not a first-generation college student 664 26.1%
Not provided by respondent 602 23.6%
Not collected by project 577 22.7%

PreK–20 Educators

The eight Alliances that completed the Hub'sreached a total of 1,880 educators during the 2019-20 school year. Of this number, 41 (2%) were elementary and secondary teachers, 181 (10%) were faculty and administrators at 2-year institutions of higher education (IHEs), 1,554 (83%) were faculty and administrators at 4-year IHEs, and 104 (5%) were educators whose level could not be distinguished. Note that the number of educators reached is a duplicate count that reflects the total number of times that students were directly reached (both within and across projects) in a given school year.

The Participant Worksheet also collects information on the demographic characteristics of educators reached directly. As shown below, the default setting provides a view of the demographic data for all 1,880 educators (including a significant number for whom gender, ethnicity, and/or race data are not available). By checking the Exclude Not Collected by Project filter, you can view data for the subset of educators for whom gender, ethnicity, and/or race data are available.

The Alliances reached a total of 267 non-PreK-20 professionals (67 directly and 200 )during the 2019-20 school year.

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Partners

345 Partners

The eight Alliances that completed the Hub'shave engaged a total of 345 partners over time (this number is cumulative and includes organizations that are no longer actively involved with a given Alliance). Of this number, 213 (62%) are institutions of higher education (IHEs); 61 (18%) are community-based organizations, foundations, or other non-profit organizations; and 25 (7%) are IHE-affiliated centers or programs. In addition, 13 partners (10 IHEs, 2 community-based organizations, and 1 company) are working across multiple Alliances.

Among the 213 IHEs, 136 (64%) are 4-year public institutions, 60 (28%) are 2-year public institutions, and 17 (8%) are 4-year private not-for profit institutions. In addition, 89 (42%) are classified as Doctoral Universities, 60 (28%) as Associate Colleges, 30 (14%) as Master’s Colleges and Universities, 29 (14%) as Baccalaureate Colleges, 3 (1%) as Special Focus Institutions, and 2 (1%) as Tribal Colleges.

213

Institution of
Higher Education (IHE)

61

Community-Based
Organization, Foundation,
or Other Non-Profit

25

IHE-Affiliated Center
or Program

15

Federal Agency
or Lab

14

Company

17

Other


ORGANIZATION NAME

The naming and classification of partner organizations may contain some errors and/or internal inconstancies. While STEM BP projects were responsible for providing organization name and type, we made some changes to maintain consistency across all participating STEM BP projects. In some cases, we looked at organizations' websites to ascertain their correct name and/or classification. In addition, we used the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education website (https://carnegieclassifications.iu.edu/lookup/lookup.php) to categorize each IHE.

121 STEM BP Resources Developed

121 STEM BP Resources Developed

The eight Alliances that completed the Hub’sprovided information about 121 STEM BP resources, including their project websites. The remaining 112 resources include: 30 conference presentations, 25 newspaper articles, 24 briefs, 19 journal articles, 12 webinars or videos, and 3 books.

30

Conference/Workshop
Paper or Presentation

25

Newspaper/Newsletter
Article or Blog

24

Brief
(resource, practice,
or research)

19

Journal Article

12

Webinar or Video

8

Project Website

3

Book or Chapter

RESOURCE NAME

YEAR

AUTHORS

LINK

The format for listing authors' names reflects the information provided by the individual projects that contributed information about their STEM BP resources.