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April 22, 2008

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daryan wilkerson

science is an important part of learning. schools need to focus more on learning and not so much on the teaching aspect. reading and math are good subjects to know but we need people interested in science aswell.

johnsonvlindsey

This is a growing problem that I have witnessed in the schools that I have done field work at. To much stress is put on testing and not on teaching and learning. Students are losing ultimately because they are not exposed to critical science theories and skills. If students are not exposed and interested in the field of science at a young age, who will be our next generation of scientist? How will we be able to advance in all fields of science without people who are interested and aware of the work?

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