The (ES)2 STEM Learning Lab conducts research centered around the STEM learning of students of African descent. Specifically we focus on STEM education as a vehicle for improving the social condition of African people. Areas of work in this research program include:

  • Development of socially transformative STEM education materials for K-12 students and teachers,

  • Explorations of what happens when students and teachers encounter socially transformative STEM curricula,

  • Explorations of the conditions that mitigate against socially transformative STEM education, and

  • Advocacy for curriculum, instruction, and educational structures that are conducive to socially transformative STEM curricula.


For a list of research products, visit one or more of the links below.