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September 03, 2009

Energy, Cost Savings, and Curriculum

The EPA is encouraging schools to adopt energy-saving measures, and to blend energy topics into the curriculum.

September 01, 2009

Big-Screen Bio of Charles Darwin on the Way

Paul Bettany and Jennifer Connelly portray Charles Darwin and his wife, Emma, in a British-produced film.

August 31, 2009

Science "Ambassadors" in Maryland Elementary Schools

An effort funded by the Howard Hughes Medical Institutes seeks to spawn more expert science teachers in elementary schools.

August 27, 2009

Creativity and the U.S. Economy

What's the connection between innovation, creativity, and economic growth? Educators and policymakers are pondering this question, as they look at strategies to boost students' innovative skills.

August 27, 2009

Reminder: Live Math Chat Today, 1 p.m Eastern

Just a reminder to the math-happy among us that we're staging a live chat today on your favorite subject. The topic is high school math: Why does U.S. students' performance appear to stagnate at the high school level, despite the relative progress made at earlier grades? Our guests are Hank Kepner, ...

August 26, 2009

Science Teachers: Give Us a National Curriculum—and More Training!

A survey of science teachers shows support for a national curriculum, and a call for more help, particularly among elementary educators.

August 25, 2009

Arne Duncan, Among the Scientists

Arne Duncan talks teacher recruitment, federal funding, in a forum with science experts.

August 07, 2009

Changes on Testing ELLs, Special Education Students on the NAEP?

Federal officials have been struggling to set more uniform policies for testing English-language learners and special education students for years.

August 07, 2009

The Rise of the Statisticians?

I often hear math teachers and others talk about the importance of the study of statistics in high school, and how they believe it's unfairly shunned, in favor of other math studies, particularly calculus. There are others who say statistics, in fact, is getting its due. The College Board, for insta...

August 05, 2009

Building a Society of Independent Math and Science Researchers

The Society for Science & the Public seeks to cultivate independent research projects among disadvantaged students.

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