BCEA's purpose is to unite Baltimore City public schools in advocacy for and support of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) programs, toward the goals of (A) improving student achievement, (B) increasing enrollments in engineering and related disciplines, (C) promoting teacher professional development and (D) providing a skilled workforce. Towards that end, BCEA promotes, organizes, creates and funds Baltimore City public schools’ participation in STEM events and learning opportunities, such as Project Lead the Way and others.
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MORE ABOUT BCEA
Baltimore City Engineering Alliance (BCEA), Inc., is a non-profit public charity registered with the federal government under Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3). All donations to BCEA are tax-deductible under that code.
BCEA was founded in May 2016 by several Baltimore City Public Schools engineering teachers, with the support of industry and higher education partners.
BCEA is an independent organization, but works closely with Baltimore City public schools and the Baltimore City Schools Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Engineering Program Advisory Committee (PAC). The PAC was founded in 2007 to provide advice and support to schools in Baltimore teaching the PLTW engineering curriculum.