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May 11, 2010

'National Lab Day': It's More Than Just a Day

National Lab Day aims to promote hands-on science learning.

May 10, 2010

New President for Math Teachers' Group Highlights Agenda

The NCTM's new president discusses his group's agenda for the year.

May 10, 2010

Mich. House, Senate Back Plan to Make Algebra II Optional

The Michigan House and Senate have overwhelmingly approved a bill that would allow students to opt out of an Algebra II requirement if they obtain their parents' permission.

May 04, 2010

Common-Standards Writers Speak: Chapter 2

We don't get a chance very often to hear from the folks who are leading the writing of the common-core standards. Just a couple weeks ago, David Coleman (English/language arts) and Jason Zimba (math) discussed the project at length at a forum here in Washington. Now, excerpts from video interviews w...

April 29, 2010

Science Panel Lends Bipartisan Support to 'COMPETES' Bill

The House science committee yesterday gave bipartisan approval to a bill to reauthorize the America COMPETES Act, which includes an emphasis on improving STEM education.

April 28, 2010

House Panel Considers America COMPETES Act Renewal

The House science committee today is taking up legislation aimed in part at improving STEM education.

April 27, 2010

Articles Examine Links Between Science Ed. and Literacy

The latest issue of the journal Science features a set of articles that explores the link between science learning and language skills.

April 19, 2010

Some Sobering News on Math Education

Two new studies focus on the preparation and ongoing professional development of math teachers.

April 15, 2010

Step Aside Olympians, the Robotics Competition Is Upon Us

More than 10,000 students are gathering at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta to compete in an annual robotics competition.

April 14, 2010

Thousands of Mass. Seniors Have Yet to Pass Science Exam

About six percent of high school seniors in Massachusetts have yet to pass a science exam required to earn a diploma.

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