Michigan prepares to adopt new science standards based on the Next Generation Science Standards and is holding community meetings around the state to gather input. According to an article in the Detroit Free Press, the input will shape a final recommendation that likely will go to the State Board of Education in October.

“The standards reflect research that provides greater clarity about how kids learn, said Robby Cramer, executive director of the Michigan Science Teachers Association, which supports the standards.”

Click here to read the article in the Detroit Free Press (August 30)

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