Hands-on lessons in the environment go from kindergarten through high school in at least one Maryland county. Kids’ natural curiosity and participation help them learn to love the environment.
In the Chesapeake Bay and elsewhere, abandoned crab traps continue to ensnare crabs, but some students in Maryland have invented a solution to the problem.
We should try to find ways to reduce the effects of high heat on kids in classrooms, where their bodies’ cooling efficiency isn’t very good.
Look northeast tonight through Wednesday: Mercury, Venus, and Jupiter will be in close proximity for the next few days near the northeast horizon just after sunset.
Like many of you, I have been extremely saddened to watch reports about the killer tornado Monday afternoon, which reduced buildings in Moore, Okla., to “sticks and bricks.”
Students from Calvert County, in partnership with Morgan State University and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, presented their research about the health of the Chesapeake Bay.
A malfunction in one of the reaction wheels on NASA’s Kepler spacecraft, which is searching for Earth-like planets orbiting stars besides the sun, may jeopardize the planet-search mission.
We already know everything this new study from Ohio State tells us, and moreover, we knew it more than 20 years ago.
Get ready for the cicadas to return this summer in Maryland, and all it takes is a few drops of morning dew to keep their wings fresh and clean.
A visit to Manhattan’s Museum of Mathematics (MoMATH) produced a mixed review: great for immersing kids in a world of mathematics; not so great on the education of the underlying mathematics.