In a letter to the West Virginia Board of Education, NSTA encourages the members of the Board to eliminate changes that were made to the Next Generation Content Standards and Objectives for Science in West Virginia Schools and revert back to the original published text. The West Virginia standards are based on the Next Generation Science Standards, but changes were made to two performance expectations prior to adoption that do not reflect the intent of the origial published NGSS document.

“NSTA supports the NGSS the way the writers wrote it because it reflects the best research in science and how students learn science. It is our hope that you will reverse the changes…so as not to compromise the work of so many science and education experts, including many science teachers in West Virginia.”

Click here to read the January 13 letter.

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