Lesson plans at all levels, from the Pulitzer Center in partnership with The New York Times, help share info about climate change.
Rain, rain, and more rain. The flooding all this rain has brought could set recovery efforts in the Chesapeake Bay back a bit.
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Teens who frequently use their ubiquitous smartphones and multimedia devices are more likely to develop ADHD symptoms.
The physical internet—cables, data centers, etc.—is threatened in coastal cities: climate change & rising sea levels could drown it.
A paid internship at the Nature Conservancy exposes city students to environmental careers. 22 years running.
Research suggests taking calculus in high school doesn’t help students with the math class in college; the prerequisites do.
Research continues to build showing teens should listen to their bodies when it comes to sleep. Schools should adjust if necessary.
Doing arithmetic with imaginary numbers involving i, the square root of –1, is an algebra 2 skill and might be tested on PARCC.
Computer hackers have breached major government computers in Atlanta and Baltimore, giving us reason to raise an alarm.