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New Episode: Let's talk with Dr Calvin Mackie Podcast Outlines Ways To Help Minorities K-12 Students Learn STEM Skills And Pursue STEM Careers

New Episode: Let's talk with Dr Calvin Mackie Podcast Outlines Ways To Help Minorities K-12 Students Learn STEM Skills And Pursue STEM Careers

NEW ORLEANS, Sept. 14 - 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Sept 14-25 -- -- Nov. 14, 20 21 -- New York City, Newswire & News Sept!

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The new episode of the new series of it. Let's talk with Dr. Calvin Mackie about STEM with a professor. The founder of STEM Global Action podcast and Dr. Joyce Baynes discuss actionable options for helping children of color overcome obstacles that hinder their learning of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) skills and become STEM professionals.

In engaging conversation, they noted that parents should be more engaged in children's education, teachers need improved professional development, K-12 students should have STEM activities outside the classroom and parents must guide their children towards summer programs that can provide additional STEM learning

The project is aimed at the community, says Dr. Mackie, citing SGA programs in New Orleans and the surrounding areas. We do science after school, we do math at churches, who wants STEM outside schools, I make sure that we...bring STEM to them."

Dr. Baynes said that "What you do with STEM Global Action is right on point" because students really need to see how it affects their lives and how they can move along the career path and be something they never imagined they could be

Drs Mackie and Baynes acknowledged these measures are necessary because of the discrimination still rampant today that stigmatizes girls and minorities. "In the 12 o'clock, they were 12:50 yens. thy ethnia ti prsim sdiyi, w dymnyk zatnejna I took calculus and physics as well as my grade. During the first day of my physics class I looked at the teacher, he looked and said, "I don't think you belong here." recalled Dr. Baynes. In the same way, Dr Mackie described being The Black student was asked.

Dr. Baynes has a bachelor of mathematics from Swarthmore College, an M.A.T. in Mathematics from Harvard University, and an MBA in Administration from Georgia Tech. Drs. Mackie is formerly tenured engineering

(Kask. For print or broadcast interviews with Dr. Calvin Mackie, please contact Michael K. Frisby. [email protected] ( or 202-625-4328.)

Contact: Michael K. Frisby [email protected]/202-625-4328.

SOURCE SGA SPORTS SURCE.

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