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In 1984, mullet haircuts were the rage, Purple Rain topped the Billboard charts, and a loaf of bread cost less than 75 cents. In addition,......
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The garden at the Paris Gibson Education Center, an alternative high school in Great Falls, Montana, is much more than a spot where plants grow. ......
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Reliable and high-speed internet connectivity is a must-have for effective online learning. However, only about 65 percent of the population in rural tribal areas has broadband......
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Note: Jacqueline Keeler is a Diné/Dakota writer living in Portland, Oregon. Her writing has appeared in The Nation, NBC News, The New York Times, and......
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What if there were a way to set students up for STEM success starting in kindergarten and going all the way through graduate school? The......
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A lack of diversity persists in the higher education pipeline for STEM jobs, especially in fields like computing and engineering, according to a recent report......
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Beaverton-based company marks milestone by launching $40,000 grant program for STEM educators, partnering with Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, and more Beaverton-based Vernier Software......
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Teaching students about climate change can be challenging; it’s a broad, interdisciplinary topic, and it’s not always part of an established curriculum. However, teaching students......
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Climate change is a global problem that requires global solutions, but your students don’t have to travel far to learn about ways to fight climate......
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Although climate change is a complex topic, many free videos and documentaries are available to help educators teach students about climate change and how it......
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