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New Framework to Guide K-12 Science Education Calls for Shift in the Way Science is Taught in U.S.

7/28/2011 // By Jennifer Hammonds

The new Framework for K-12 Science Standards recently introduced by Dr. Helen Quinn, theoretical physicist at Stanford University and Chair woman for the National Research Council, was not only highly anticipated, but a breath of fresh air. Written 15 years […] Read more >

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Eco-Schools: A Tale of Three Countries

6/6/2011 // By Jennifer Hammonds

    The global dimensions pathway guides students to make connections to the global community, to learn about and respect the cultures and environmental issues facing countries around the world.  It is so easy for those of us in the […] Read more >

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New Life for Old (Recycled) Textbooks, Courtesy of McGraw-Hill Grant

3/30/2011 // By Max Greenberg

If you’re like me, “recycled textbook” means a big wedge of out-of-date social studies with a full list of made-up names written on the inside cover (Harry Butte? Delightful!). More importantly, it means a chunk of tree-pulp at the end […] Read more >

Will Steger Foundation’s Summer Institute for Climate Change Education

5/10/2009 // By Larry Schweiger

The Will Steger Foundation is having a Summer Institute for Climate Change Education in August. This Institute will provide an opportunity for educators to increase their comfort level for teaching climate change in the classroom and give teachers a way […] Read more >