Schools are feeling reverberations of the political climate across the border, and some educators are adjusting their lesson plans accordingly.
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An American team triumphed at the International Math Olympiad for the second-straight year, despite concerns of student diversity in STEM.
The convention dust has settled, and it’s back to the chalkboard.
As students process the presumptive Republican presidential nominee’s fear-inducing rhetoric, educators are left to wrestle with bringing these lessons into the classroom.
The protest teaches kids about media literacy, the legislative process, and the repercussions of prolonged congressional gridlock.
While the headlines about females excelling in science and engineering might grab the public’s eye, the underlying story is more complicated.
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“People were afraid this was going to be a ‘hippy-dippy-granola, nobody’s-going-to-get-into-trouble’ concept.”
The numbers don’t tell the full story.