STEM Minds & JASON Learning — A Partnership to Revolutionize Access to STEM Education Nationwide in the USA

STEM Minds & JASON Learning — A Partnership to Revolutionize Access to STEM Education Nationwide in the USA

STEM Has Never
Been Better

We have joined forces with JASON Learning to help more teachers and students access our STEM courses and resources. JASON Learning is a non-profit organization based in USA, specializing in STEM education for the last 30 years. Together, we will revolutionize access to STEM education by making engaging, high-quality programs and resources accessible to students across the nation in the USA.

About Us

JASON Learning’s Story

JASON is an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit founded in 1989 by Dr. Robert D. Ballard. JASON provides curriculum and learning experiences in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) for K-12 students and high-quality professional development for teachers. JASON has been used successfully in a wide variety of formal and informal education environments.

Available online at jason.org, JASON’s award-winning curricula place students in challenging, real-world situations where they are connected with and mentored by leading STEM professionals.


Each comprehensive JASON Learning curriculum features print and digital materials, hands-on activities, videos, and online games for students, as well as lesson plans, implementation tips, professional development, and a powerful digital platform for educators. Live, interactive events throughout the year connect the JASON community with inspirational STEM role models, including renowned scientists and other experts pursuing STEM careers.

Their forward-thinking design ensures that each and every discrete curriculum component—every article, video, hands-on lab, and online game that comprises the multimedia curricular experience—is aligned with state and national standards. Independent research has validated the JASON approach to teaching and learning, showing that our programs significantly improve student outcomes, academic achievement, and attitudes toward STEM careers.

Our Methods

STEAM Education: STEM + the Arts

At STEM Minds, we offer comprehensive, creative STEAM education courses that include a variety of arts-focused classes taught through a tech lens, supplementing our core STEM curriculum.

Our on-demand course platform, STEAM Hub, blends technology, narrative writing, public speaking, photography, and videography to create a holistic learning experience.

Our Story

How We Started Our STEM Classes

STEM Minds was founded in 2016 by Anu and Yash Bidani. They were driven by their need to introduce their sons to STEM classes and career opportunities. Disappointed by existing extracurricular programs, they decided to create their own. 

With her 20-year tenure in the Corporate world, Anu had the passion and expertise to design unique STEM classes. Starting in 2016 with just a few students,  STEM Minds has now empowered over 65,000 students with STEM and STEAM education.

With Jason Learning partnership this impact has added anothe 1.5Million students in USA. Now, in partnership with JASON Learning, we’re bringing the lessons we have learned and the courses we have crafted to students, teachers, and parents in the United States. STEM Minds resources will be available through JASON Learning’s digital platform.

The STEM Minds Difference

We are a socially conscious enterprise with a mission to make STEM classes accessible to children aged 4 to 18. Our dynamic and inclusive in-class and virtual programs are carefully designed and delivered by certified teachers and technical professionals using state-of-the-art technology.

Every student at STEMMinds is given a safe, collaborative, and supportive environment to learn, thrive, and voice their unique perspectives. From robotics and coding to film, photography, video game design, app development, and AI, there is truly a program for every young mind. STEMMinds has been recognized as a trendsetter and innovator in various awards and competitions and continues to reach for a more inclusive, more available STEM future. 

Ready to equip your students with the skills they
need to thrive in a tech-driven world?

Why STEM Education Matters

According to the World Economic Forum and the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the jobs of tomorrow will heavily rely on STEM subjects. Not only do STEM jobs pay the most, they are also the career opportunities projected to grow the most in the near future. At STEMMinds, we guide students on their journey of becoming self-directed, lifelong learners, equipping them with the knowledge and skills they need to unlock their full potential.

Our advanced STEM classes are continually evolving and perfected in our flagship center to ensure enhanced student engagement, both in-person and online. From urban Canadian hubs to remote Indian villages, STEM Minds is breaking down barriers and empowering future-ready youth globally. We emphasize removing the existing gender bias in STEM education, ensuring children get encouraged to pursue their interests in STEAM subjects regardless of gender.

What Are Pepole Saying About Us

“At the end of the workshop the first comment from my students was “when can we do this again?” They not only enjoyed the workshop but came away with much more knowledge that they applied in a fun way! I consider myself knowledgeable in terms of teaching coding, but what they learned from STEM Minds took it to another level!”


“I can’t say enough about what STEM Minds has done for my kids. STEM Minds has provided a fun, hands-on environment for my kids to learn about robotics, coding, VR, etc; basically, the future of tech and employment. The education system needs to catch up to what STEM Minds is providing!”

R, a Parent

“Challenging, supportive and fun environment! STEM Minds is constantly changing their programming to stay current and relevant. Staff have education backgrounds and can support all abilities and kids with exceptionalities!”

D, a Parent

1.5 Million students across various states in USA will now have access to STEM Minds content via Jason Learning Digital Platform in the 2023-2024 school year and beyond. These states include the following and counting…..


Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Columbia, Illinois, Louisiana, New York, Ohio, Rhod Island, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia.

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Nadaburg Unified School District 81 & Morristown Elementary District 75 (920 students)


Shirley School District (336 students)


Huerfano School District RE-1 (512 students)

Kim School District R-88 (48 students)


Windham School District EASTCONN (Charles H. Barrows STEM Academy) (3194 students)

District of Columbia

DC Public Schools (49,065 students)


East Baton Rouge Parish School System (41,034 students)


Waverly CUSD #6 (362 students)

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New York

Cattaraugus-Allegany BOCES

Genesee Valley CSD (via CABOCES) (559 students)


School District # of Students
Barnesville Exempted Village 1,355
Bellaire Local 1,105
Belmont-Harrison Career Centers 345
Bridgeport Exempted Village 760
Buckeye Career Center 806
Cambridge City 1,871
Carrollton Exempted Village 1,792
Claymont City 1,721
Conotton Valley Union Local 1,721
Dover City 2,636
East Guernsey Local 1,082
East Holmes Local 1,494
Frontier Local 543
Garaway Local 1,083
Indian Valley 1,708
Marietta City 2,255
Martins Ferry 1,389
Mid-East Career & Technology Center – Buffalo Campus 942
New Philadelphia City 2,843
Rolling Hills Local 1,536
Shadyside Local 739
St Clairsville-Richland City 1,632
Strasburg-Franklin Local 555
Tuscarawas Valley Local 1,254
Union Local 1,433
Muskingum Valley E.S.C.
Caldwell Exempted Village 727
Coshocton City Schools 1,562
Crooksville Exempted Village 1,066
East Muskingum 2,079
Franklin Local 1,885
Logan-Hocking 3,491
Maysville Local 1,864
Morgan Local 1,664
New Lexington City 1,692
Newcomerstown Exempted Village 880
Northern Local 2,199
Ridgewood Local 1,279
River View Local 1,695
Caldwell Exempted Village School District  727
Indian Hill Exempted Village 2037
London City School District 2031
Newark City Schools 6242
Rhode Island

Smithfield Public Schools (2390 students)

West Warwick Public Schools (3485 students)


School District # of Students
Aldine ISD 70,417
Alief ISD 47,265
Cypress-Fairbanks ISD 117,446
Spring ISD 36,890
Del Valle ISD 11,727
Houston ISD 194,607
Seguin ISD 7,226
Skidmore-Tynan ISD 843
Tomball ISD 15,933
School District # of Students
Loudoun County Public Schools 81,906
Arlington Co Public Schools 27,027
Alexandria City Public Schools 15,000
Fairfax County Public Schools 188,887
Norfolk Public Schools 29,837
Portsmouth Public Schools 14,927
Stafford Co Public Schools 29,270
West Virginia
School District # of Students
Doddridge County Schools 1,184
Mercer County Schools 9,004
More new schools onboarding....
District/School name Location Size
Providence Academy VA 200
Rhodes School Houston 500-750 students
  Hartford, CT  
Achievement First Hartford Academy Charter School 800-1100 students
Crooksville Local OH 1000 students
Northern Local OH 1000 students
Ashford School District CT 150
Stafford ISD TX 3316
Sussex County Public Schools VA 1,045
Evant ISD TX 273
Livingston ISD TX 3804
Shirley Public Schools AR 373
Millcreek PA 6000
Augusta Public Schools VA 9929
Colorado Steel & Metal: Colorado Springs CO TBD
Robstown ISD TX 2401
Southwest ISD TX 13200
Victoria ISD TX 13301
Smyth County Schools VA 4450
Wyoming School District WV 3250
Shelbyville ISD TV 775
    800-13000 (depending on districts who participate
Mid Ohio ESC OH
Klein ISD TX 55000
Prince George’s County Public Schools – Community Schools MD 66000 to 132,000
Riveria ISD TX 460
Jefferson Central NY 415
MVESC OH 21000
Virginia Beach Public Schools VA 65612
Westmoreland Public Schools VA 1550
Sussex County Public Schools VA 970
Lancaster County VA 1100
Liberty-Eylau ISD TX 2250
Grand Prairie TX 28000
Atlantic City Public Schools NJ 16000
Arlington Classics Academy TX 1560
Round Rock TX Multiple Schools – 48,321
Liceo International Ecuador 800
Bell Museum MN TBD
King George County VA 4200
Collegiate Edu-Nation – Rural Schools Network TX 21035
Dallas ISD TX 145113
Edinburg Consolidated Independent School District TX 32600
Columbus City Public Schools OH 46657
  TX 6001
Red Oak ISD