No Child Left Inside

Benbow, Ann E.; Camphire, Geoff
September 2008
Science Teacher;Sep2008, Vol. 75 Issue 6, p66
Academic Journal
The article reports on Earth Science Week and the 2008 theme of "No Child Left Inside." The authors suggest that the event will involve activities in science education including sampling groundwater, monitoring weather, exploring caves, visiting museums and science centers, and preparing competition projects. Other topics include the U.S. No Child Left Behind act and its requirements, a photo contest, and an essay contest.


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