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“We continue to oppose any falsification of climate change. This is not as egregious as the first attempt, but still wholly
“I want to believe that these are honest mistakes and the publishers will fix them,” said Rosenau. The NCSE report says, “We
The group says the NGSS were used as a resource in the development of Oklahoma’s proposed science standards, but they were
What Gains Do Children Make in Curiosity, Creativity and Persistence, in 100 Hours? What Age Do You Start?
Over time, as the little ones got used to the environment and people, they became more comfortable with expressing their ideas and goals.
Wyoming took an unprecedented step this week when the governor approved a budget that would prevent the state from reviewing
Why aren't we creating policy to create professional learning experiences to arm teachers with a variety of techniques to engage students? Why aren't we debating policy to shift towards personalized and competency-based pathways to differentiate instruction for all students?
The Kansas education board this summer voted to adopt the Next Generation Science Standards by an 8 – 2 margin, despite the
Soon after the vote, Kentucky's governor said that he would implement the standards through his executive powers. The Next
“I think that ultimately they will be adopted,” he told the Louisville Courier-Journal. “I don’t mean that there won’t be
Supporters and opponents of the Next Generation Science Standards sparred during hearings in Kentucky last week, as critics took issue with the standards’ teaching of evolution and climate change.
The new standards were developed with input from officials in 26 states –- including Kentucky –- and are part of an effort
Officials in Kansas previously helped craft the K-12 curriculum with the help of 25 other states and several national organizations
A new set of science standards released by Achieve, an educational nonprofit, could transform American science education -- if politicians can keep their distance. The "Next Generation Science Standards" took two years to create, and are the result of a drafting committee of 41 members -- including Nobel Prize laureates, National Research Council members, science education researchers and standards and policy experts.
The "Next Generation Science Standards" took two years to create, and are the result of a drafting committee of 41 members