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NATIONAL RESOURCES

Forbes.com/ MSNBC.com
“With rising tuition costs and a rapidly changing job landscape, a student’s college major is more important than ever. It can either set you up for lifetime career success and high earnings or sink you into debt with few avenues to get ahead of it.”
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Detroit Takes Science Education Digital
Detroit Public Schools (DPS) in Michigan has begun the transition to a digital science curriculum in its middle and high schools based primarily on content from Discovery Education.
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Khan Academy
Want to learn what’s new in the disciplines of mathematics, science, or technology? Follow this link to learn more about Khan Academy, a unique, not for profit resource on the web: http://www.youtube.com/user/khanacademy. (Website will open in a new window.)

American Museum of Natural History Resources
Take advantage of online resources at the American Museum of Natural History website:
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Kids of all ages will enjoy AMNH’s interactive learning site, Ology:
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National Science Foundation
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National Institutes of Health
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Science Hack Website
ScienceHack is a search engine for teachers that indexes science videos on the internet (YouTube, MetaCafe) ranging from physics, math and chemistry, to robotics, pyschology and space. Vetted by scientists and drawn from reliable sources, these videos are a potentially useful supplement to work in the classroom.
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Tiger Woods Learning Center
Center focuses on helping kids become more interested and proficient in the areas of math, science, technology and language arts.
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Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Preparing students for college, career, and life.
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