By Todd R. Hansen
A Vacaville nonprofit that introduced in November 2019 a program that teaches science, technology, engineering and mathematics through music and virtual reality is ready to roll out the next phase of STEMM Fest.
“Ma’at Enterprises Inc. and the La Bella Vita Inc. Foundation are excited to announce mixed reality programs,STEMM Fest and STEM Bella, as solutions to address the lack of minority educational access and underrepresentation in STEM,” Monique Allen and Stacey Miller, the creators behind this education model, announced in a statement.
Allen is a Vacaville resident. Miller lives in Oakland.
Source: Music, beauty products part of next phase of mixed reality STEM education