STEM for Families. Caltech and JPL scientists create and simultaneously test this new model of educating children from kindergarten to 12th grade (5 to 18 years old). Students are divided in small groups and receive a well-rounded education in STEM; it's entirely free, it's voluntary, and open-sourced.
How does it work? Caltech/JPL families teach their children after work hours in small groups of 6-12 students per class. They use world-wide curricula and also provide an alternative way of interacting with information on a conceptual level. They create their own teaching methods and curricula in order to promote understanding and mastering of a subject.
STEM for Families is sponsored by The Office of Strategic Communication and Caltech Postdoc Association. There are weekly classes, summer workshops, public lectures, and an annual open house.