Girls Who Code Club defies male-dominated world of computer science – Andover Townsman


Andover Townsman

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Cranbrook Kingswood Middle School teacher named ‘Science Super Hero’ by cable network – The Oakland Press


The Oakland Press

Cranbrook Kingswood Middle School teacher named 'Science Super Hero' by cable network
The Oakland Press
Science Channel announced the crowning of Ashlie Blackstone Smith as a December honoree of the network's monthly Science Super Heroes initiative. Blackstone Smith, a physical science teacher at Cranbrook Kingswood Middle School for Girls in Bloomfield ...

How one California school district is leading the way on new science standards – EdSource


EdSource

How one California school district is leading the way on new science standards
EdSource
As schools nationwide take on the most comprehensive overhaul of science standards in 20 years, a school district in a quiet suburb of Los Angeles has become a pace-setter. Without relying on outside funding, or major grant money, Torrance Unified has ...

Off Beat: Rising star shines light on science education – The Columbian


The Columbian

Off Beat: Rising star shines light on science education
The Columbian
But he can point out examples of every-day science that a lot of youngsters can observe in their own homes. In Messick, that excitement took root and then bloomed when he enrolled in Clark College nine years ago. He transferred to the University of ...

US Nobel laureate worries politics could undermine science – Chicago Tribune


Chicago Tribune

US Nobel laureate worries politics could undermine science
Chicago Tribune
Michael Rosbash, a Nobel laureate in medicine for 2017, delivers a speech during the Nobel banquet in Stockholm on Dec. 10, 2017. (Fredrik Sandberg / AP). David Keyton and Jim HeintzAssociated Press. An American researcher who shared this year's Nobel ...

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