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Annual review 2023 & outlook 2024: Awakening enthusiasm together!

by Stefanie Sieber

This year, we were able to inspire more children and young people than ever before with our STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education programs. We are proud to announce that a total of 20,000 pupils actively participated in 940 teams and 435 classes. This would not have been possible without the support of over 70 partners from education, business and science. Together, we are committed to promoting our educational programs regionally to inspire the next generation to embrace technology and innovation.

Thanks to the generous support of companies, foundations and ministries, we were able to award 192 grants and support 12,600 pupils to get to know our educational program in the classroom or as an after-school activity. For the coming year, we are focusing on FIRST LEGO League.
We look forward to once again providing funding opportunities to schools and teams in many regions. Our goal is to promote robotics, research and teamwork, especially through the classroom format, which is ideal for whole class implementation. Always see the latest funding opportunities online.

Exciting news is the introduction of FIRST LEGO League Discover, which now also extends the range of topics for kindergarten and pre-school children. More info online. We are committed to inspiring enthusiasm for science and technology at a young age. Thank you for your continued support! Together we are shaping the future through education and innovation.

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