Professional Development in New Orleans

October 2011
NSTA Express;10/3/2011, p2
The article offers information on the Professional Development program for K-16 science educators and administrators to be held in New Orleans, Louisiana on November 10, 2011. As stated, the which will include Next Generation Science Standards: Panel discussion, Picture-Perfect Science Preconference Workshop: Integrating science with reading, and a workshop titled "Climate Change: Global Connections and Sustainable Solutions."


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