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Student Scientists Break New Ground

Supreme Court Reviews Race in Assigning Schools

Trout in School

Dr. Michael Hinojosa's life goal was to work in

Many districts have discovered that VoIP can help lighten long distance budgets, but Charles County Schools is finding there's more to the technology than just saving money.

Math and science, oh my. What will we do? We don't produce enough students interested in math and science. Something must be done. I hear this refrain so often my head hurts.

According to the 2005 National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), average sci-ence scores compared to 2006, have made slow progress at Grade 4, come to a standstill at Grade 8, and lost ground at Grade 12.

Flying monkeys and the glowing face of a 21st century wizard enliven the stage at Effingham High School in Illinois during a student production of The Wizard of Oz thanks to laptops, software and DVDs.

Problem: Enrollment of female students in Colorado Springs School District 11 middle school career and technical education exploratory classes was low, which meant few females enrolled in those electives at the high school level.

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