STEM Brasil expands its impact in São Paulo
STEM Brasil launched last week a new phase in the country’s largest city, São Paulo.
Extending its partnership with the state’s Secretary of Education, STEM Brasil trained 392 new teachers from 37 cities across the state of São Paulo.
STEM Brasil has been part of the educational system in more than 670 public schools in 16 Brazilian states. With this new phase in São Paulo, 56 more schools are now part of the program.
The training was led by Anderson Sakuma, STEM Brasil and STEM México Program Manager, and the training was held from August 8 to 13 at the School for Teacher Training and Improvement (EFAP).