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June 08, 2009

Online Chat: Informal Science Education

EdWeek will host a chat with two experts at 1 p.m., on Tuesday on how zoos, museums, TV shows, films, and "informal" approaches to science ed can help students.

June 05, 2009

Toward a Better State Science Test?

A critique of Florida's science test reflects common concerns across states.

June 05, 2009

NCTM on Standards: Don't Forget About Us!

The influential National Council of Teachers of Mathematics wants a say in shaping common academic standards.

June 04, 2009

A Former Ed-Sec Speaks on Math and Science

A former education secretary opines about the future of math and science education in this country, and getting universities more involved in K-12.

June 03, 2009

Lessons, and Caution, in PISA

We should be wary of drawing overly broad policy conclusions from the data presented in the international test known as the PISA, a pair of scholars say.

June 02, 2009

A Forum on "Informal" Science Education

Students encounter science every day, outside formal classroom settings. These informal experiences—which occur in zoos, museums, on walks through the park, even in computer games—offer the potential to increase students' understanding and love of science, a study released earlier this yea...

May 29, 2009

Obama and Renewable-Energy Education

Obama pledges to use the resources of the National Science Foundation and Department of Energy to boost students' knowledge of and interest in renewable energy. Can it work?

May 28, 2009

Begging for Loan Forgivenesss

One of the carrots meant to lure college graduates, and career changers, into math and science teaching is loan forgiveness, a form of assistance offered by states, nonprofits, and the federal government. Whether these programs actually have an impact on creating a sustained pool of talented teacher...

May 27, 2009

A Bit of Classroom Chemistry

A report by the National Research Council examines the many challenges facing high school chemistry teachers—and offers ideas on how to overcome them.

May 26, 2009

A PDF Blast of Math and Science, from EdWeek

Teachers, researchers, undergrads, grad students, and assorted policy types looking for some summertime reading might be interested in a new resource on math and science being offered by EdWeek. It's a collection of recent stories called "Spotlight on STEM," which can be downloaded in PDF form for t...

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