Working together to improve schools, effect policy, and re-envision the future of STEM teaching and learning.


This month's theme, moderated by Kirstin Milks & David Upegui, will explore a wide range of specific, documented ways in which teachers effectively incorporate social justice ideas & practices in their science classes.



Social Justice in the Science Classroom
Recorded: January 12th at 6:30pm ET
Moderator: Kirstin Milks
Panelists: David Upegui, Salina Gray, and Sam Long

 
 
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