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Applications For Week-long Summer HS Workshop In Maine Now Due Apr 30
Saturday April 08, 2023
TERC, in partnership with the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, invites high-school teachers to apply for a one-week, all-expenses paid intensive on Climate and Equity Education on the beautiful coast of Maine July 30 – August 5, 2023.Teachers can expect to leave the institute with new ideas and a renewed sense of hope and purpose about educating young people to make a difference in the world!...Read the full story
Due Apr17: Grants Avail. For Solar Schools West Virginia And Virginia
Shawn Reeves, Friday March 31, 2023
Grant available to West Virginia and Virginia schools, offering cost savings, learning opportunities, community benefits, workforce development, and diversification of power supply....Read the full story
2023 National KidWind Challenge Announced For May 15, Boulder Colorado
Shawn Reeves, Tuesday January 24, 2023
KidWind is very excited to announce that the 2023 National KidWind Challenge will be held at the Boulder campus of University of Colorado during the week of May 15th. This event will be co-located with the 2023 DOE Collegiate Wind Competition....Read the full story
DIY E-bike Building Student Contest For Massachusetts Reg By Sep 2022
Matt Mann,
Monday August 29, 2022
Massachusetts students compete building an e-bike using something besides a pre-manufactured e-bike kit....Read the full story
Boston Globe And Museum Of Science Present Ed Panel On Climate Change
Shawn Reeves, Wednesday March 31, 2021
From the organizers: Among the many difficult subjects that are important to discuss with your children is climate change, a topic that can be emotional and frightening for kids and adults alike. But what is the appropriate way to start the conversation? How can we comfort our kids when the threat is so imminent? How do we offer realistic hope? Kara Baskin, author of The Boston Globe's parenting newsletter, In the Family Way, interviewed a panel of experts to offer a guide to navigating this sensitive issue....Read the full story
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