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Picture this: A 9th grade science class is studying the effects of global warming. Their teacher passes out several copies of a magazine focusing exclusively on climate change. Or, a 12th grade biology class studying the process of aging in different species peruses Science News’ special report on aging for current research.
With Science News in High Schools, the Society for Science & the Public is making it possible for teachers and students to remain up-to-date on the latest science.
It costs $500 to fund one high school in the U.S. and $1,000 internationally. Individuals or organizations can sponsor one or several high schools. Even Society alumni could sponsor their alma mater.
Sponsors can fund one high school in the U.S. for $500.
Want to diversify STEM? Here’s an opportunity to do so.
Devon Riter was named a Society Advocate in May 2018.