CCaTS' Integrating Special Populations Program is a collaborative partner in InSciEd Out, an innovative program to enhance science education from pre-K through grade 12. InSciEd Out engages students and empowers teachers through research-based, experiential classroom learning.
InSciEd Out was initiated through CCaTS in 2009 as a collaboration among Mayo Clinic, Winona State University-Rochester and Rochester Public Schools. Since then, it has grown to include additional collaborations in Florida, Illinois, India and Ghana. An InSciEd Out hub in Brevard County, Florida, partners with the local public school system to offer a specialized program focusing on mind-body health and mental health.
More information is available on the InSciEd Out website.
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