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"Science News is great for kids because it broadens their view of what science is," a teacher wrote in a survey conducted about the Science News in High Schools program. "It's not just the biology, chemistry, and physics they learn in high school. There are so many different subjects covered, every issue has something intriguing for each kid."
Science News is the perfect resource.
Society for Science & the Public offers Science News in High Schools to as many as 4.1 million students in 4,236 high schools across the 50 states, Washington, D.C., several U.S. territories, and the United Kingdom.
The program provides schools, teachers, and students with copies of Science News magazine and an educator guide for prompts and lesson activities.
Read on to see how teachers are using Science News in High Schools in their classrooms:
It is an incredible resource for developing scientific literacy.
Find out more about Science News in High Schools.
Susan Staugaitis, M.D., Ph.D., a native of Newark, New Jersey and a longtime reader of Science News, knew from an early age that she wanted to become a scientist.
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Before taking an introduction to research course in high school, Sumaita Ahmed had never read a scientific article. But she knew she liked science.