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Ed News Roundup: Two NSTA Press Books to be Read from Space

This week in education news, two Ohio-based NSTA Press authors will have children’s books read from space station; getting students excited about STEM; interest in STEM may be ‘contagious’ in high school; number of minorities, women taking CS is skyrocketing … Continue reading

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Ed News: New Research Supports Women In STEM

This week in education news, new research by the National Women’s Business Council supports women in STEM; David Berliner explains what is really happening in America’s public schools; Louisiana will phase new science standards into classroom by the 2018-19 school … Continue reading

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Zika, @neiltyson, and flick picks from POTUS: Twitter tales for science teachers

You can’t believe everything you see in social media, but when something’s popular on Twitter/Facebook/Snapchat, it’s sure to be something you can use to catch students’ attention. The stories that caught our eye this week run the gamut from truly … Continue reading

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NSTA Legislative Update: K-12 Primer on the Midterm Elections and Everybody’s Talking about Testing

There is plenty of discussion this week on what’s ahead for education and science as Americans head to the polls on November 4, and the testing/accountability issue is really moving to the front burner as major players in education—including President … Continue reading

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