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Required Readings

When Scientists Fall in Love with Scientists; School Gets in Trouble for not Supporting a Secular Students Group – Required Readings

When Scientists Are Mad about Each Other – which is actually, not surprisingly, very common. Government ‘overestimates’ student loan repayments – this means recently graduated students aren’t able to find good-enough jobs in the areas they studied (also not surprising, sadly) North Carolina High School Denies Secular Club, Human Rights …

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The Power of Scientists and Teachers Combined

In my job, I’ve recently started working directly with school teachers to bring them new science curricula or activities for their classrooms. I generally like this approach, the “teach the teachers” mentality, which allows you to expand your reach, even if secondhand, over a wider audience. After all, one-off outreach …

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Required Readings

Required Readings, 13 October 2013

Vitamin craze, Nobel winners forced to research abroad and Kansas isn’t decided on its funding for education. Good morning everyone, have a nice Sunday and enjoy your reading! Two Israeli scientists who emigrated to U.S. win Nobel Prize in Chemistry – in case you hadn’t heard about this, and why …

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