Science News in High Schools

At Science News in High Schools, we’re interested in helping educators and students receive reliable STEM journalism and classroom lessons plans that achieve STEM and literacy standards and apply the most recent advances in STEM to curricular concepts.

Regeneron and other sponsors are supporting over 5,000 schools, including 56 full districts or geographic cohorts. Over 62% of our schools are Title I eligible. Over 17,000 educators and an estimated 5 million students have access to program resources.

Watch episode 3 of the SNHS Teacher-to-Teacher Webinar series by clicking on the video on the right. Sign up to attend the next sessions here.

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Hear how current Science News in High Schools teachers are using the program resources in their classrooms by reading our testimonials page!

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Kehkashan Khan adapted her in-class lessons for the virtual classroom by posting Science News articles and corresponding worksheets online.
Patrycja Krakowiak's classroom

Program Sponsors

Many individuals, corporations, and foundations who care about science learning are generously funding over 5,000 high schools’ participation in the Society’s Science News in High Schools program during the 2020 – 2021 school year.



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