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Science, Art, and English Education

What is the Place of Science in Art and English Education? by Jim Martin CLEARING Special Contributor chool districts have, over the past four decades, reduced their arts offerings in order to meet increased demands for time devoted to science, mathematics, social studies, and English language arts. As a consequence, time devoted to the Arts […]

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Read it online!

CLEARING Magazine Spring 2018 It’s here! Read the Spring 2018 edition of CLEARING online. Lots of great articles, activities, and resources for all ages and subject areas. Check out the upcoming EE conferences around the region.   Click here to read the issue online

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Sustainability in Higher Education

Infusing Sustainability in Teacher Education in Washington: The Education for Sustainability STEM Outcomes Project   Universities and colleges across Washington State recently received funding from the National Science Foundation to collaborate on the improvement of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM)teacher-preparation programs and to increase the recruitment of diverse STEM students into teaching careers. To […]

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Quatama salmon release

STEM Learning: Quatama School/Oregon Zoo

by Alison Heimowitz   Every fall students in Sharon Angal’s third-grade classroom at Quatama Elementary, a STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics) school in the Hillsboro School District, wait patiently for the arrival of the “salmon lady.” “She’s here, she’s here!” is heard echoing down the hallway. Older students who have already experienced raising […]

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