Sending science majors into elementary schools helps Latino and Black students realize scientists can look like them
Increases in students who drew themselves or scientists of color, though perhaps seemingly small, are significant.
The state Board of Ed advanced new science standards for the first time in two decades. That could transform how schools teach climate change
Proposed guidelines approved by the state Board of Education last week represent the first comprehensive update to Pennsylvania’s science education standards in nearly two decades.
Map: Pa. education officials hit the road to hear input on new science standards
The department recently announced a statewide listening tour to collect public input as Pennsylvania prepares to reboot its K-12 science standards for the first time in 20 years.
Astronomer Pitts: Visibility matters especially in science
The impact of not seeing people that looked like him in the sciences helped Pitts to understand the importance of inclusion and visibility.