seeking funding and program help, assistance comes, increasingly, from the
corporate sector. Why? Because companies -- which offer sponsored
competitions, paid equipment, student and teacher internships, and science and math
expertise -- want to build a future STEM workforce.
|Lesson: Focus In
In this lesson from Northrup Grumman, students in grades 3 through 9 learn how lenses gather and focus light and mirrors bounce light. They conduct experiments with glass, water, and mirrors to gain a greater understanding of the basic workings of telescopes.
Hawthorne Math and Science Academy in Los Angeles is challenging the notion that inner city schools are too beset with urban problems to succeed. Companies are helping. Their outreach programs have sharply increased student motivation in science, a teacher says.
|Schools and public libraries in poor and rural communities may soon get a faster and lower-cost way to hook up to the Internet as part of an overhaul of the federal E-Rate program. An anticipated Federal Communications Commission order would let them use federal dollars to buy unused communications lines.
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