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Donation Total: $500.00 One Time

Philadelphia has a 30% poverty rate. Our school system produces AP students who attend the Community College of Philadelphia and after taking placement tests are required to take development reading and math. Two years ago on the statewide PSSA science proficiency test, more than 65% of the 8th graders tested 'less than proficient' in science -- meaning that they could not function at grade level with regard to understanding basic concepts, calculations, and forms of problem-solving. For over 15 years, iPraxis has worked in both public and neighborhood charter schools with teachers and principals who want to enhance science proficiency and exposure to STEM concepts and careers.

Each school has different levels of resources available for science learning to which iPraxis responds.

  • Judged over 920 science fair projects
  • Mentored over 415 students on science fair projects
  • Supported 60 students who participated in George Washington Carver Science Fair
  • Supported 15 winners in the Carver science fair and 5 in the Del Val Science fair competition
  • Secured 59 presentations on STEM topics and careers
  • Provided mentors for 4 after school programs Secured over 100 volunteers

iPraxis is proud to have strong institutional partnerships which include Foundations, Corporations, and Government funders, nationally,  locally, and internationally. Your support allows iPraxis to continue our work engaging the next generation, providing opportunities to school aged students in underserved Philadelphia communities and providing them with hands-on learning experiences. Donations go directly toward furthering the mission of social change through Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.

iPraxis is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Thus all donations are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law.
• $500 pays for project supplies for one science fair team.
• $200 pays for supplies for one classroom science presentation and experiment.
• $50 pays for background clearances for one mentor and the supplies for one science fair project.