STEM Achievement in Baltimore Elementary Schools (SABES) began in 2012 with a $7.4 million National Science Foundation grant and focused initially on improving STEM curricula and delivery in nine City Schools. Today, the SABES curriculum is used in the elementary grades in 124 Baltimore City Public Schools – reaching over 28,000 students annually – where it makes STEM learning a community activity that involves the participation of students, teachers, parents, and community partners.

For the 2023-2024 school year and pending grant approval, SABES Out of School will be continuing a partnership with Village Learning Place and partnering with additional Baltimore City Schools.

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SABES In School

Baltimore City Public Schools continues to maintain the school day curriculum and professional development. Learn more

SABES Out of School

The Center for Educational Outreach works with partners to implement the SABES afterschool curriculum. Learn More

SABES Events

Our Center works with partners to implement the annual STEM Showcase. Learn More