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Often these students are very resilient but feel they can not accomplish similar career objectives as their peers. As part of the Advocate program sponsored by the Science and the Public, it is difficult to express in words the confidence and pride this program instilled into all the students at our school. The encouragement, mentoring and support has helped demonstrate to our students that not only can they accomplish more than they initially perceived but that their are people and organizations that desire to help them succeed beyond their own expectations. The Society for Science and the Public has provided me, the students I serve and our school in general with the training, resources and motivation to accomplish one of the great objectives of scientific investigation – to enter into the unknown with confidence. Earlier, on Friday, October 13, I along with two other teachers met the Senator for Georgia at the Capitol Hil.
It opened up abundant opportunities for both of us to stay connected with all participants in real time, throughout our lives. The deliberations at the conference were extraordinary; each and every presentation was well thought out and delivered. Invariably, all presentations were a real world interdisciplinary experience – including learning as a team. The interactions, connections, and networking offered by the conference have expanded my horizons. My ability to make a difference has enhanced and it also increased the strength of my vision to empower the future of this world in my classroom.
The Organization focuses on promoting the understanding of science and the vital role it plays in human advancement, to inform, educate, and inspire the generation. Society for Science & the Public serves communities in the State of District of Columbia. Thanks to their generous support, multiple small towns in Oklahoma now have thriving STEM competition programs. They have truly changed the lives of countless students who otherwise wouldn’t have had these opportunities.
The order of ratings for each of the 10 groups was roughly the same in 2013 as in 2009, though there were modest declines in public appreciation for several occupations. And when asked about four possible reasons for the public having limited science knowledge, three-quarters of AAAS scientists in the new survey say too little K-12 STEM education is a major factor. 79% of adults say thatscience has made life easier for most people and a majority is positive about science’s impact on the quality of health care, food and the environment.
The Society for Science and the Public is a superb, unique, non-profit organization whose mission to be “a champion for science, dedicated to expanding scientific literacy, effective STEM education and scientific research” is realized on a daily basis in many different ways. We were given a grant for our science research class which helped acquire equipment and academic material. Also, it has provided a subscription to Science News in High school for the last two years. With these resources we have been able to keep up to date and complete our research projects on time.
Society for Science & the Public has provided services that empowers me to bridge equity gaps in science education. This nonprofit helped bring teachers together from across the country to share experiences, ideas, and grow as educators. Students who did not originally consider science careers have had opportunities that they would have not otherwise considered. I am thankful for the SSP and their programs, especially the Advocates Grant Program.
Since 1921, the Society has conveyed the excitement of science and research directly to the public through our award-winning publications and, since 1942, through our world-class science education competitions. Science News, our flagship publication, meets the needs of readers who have an interest in cutting-edge science, math, and technology and seek an accurate digest of current research in a variety of fields without the heavy jargon of a scientific journal. The Society works to ensure that young people have a chance to become scientifically literate and pursue a career as a scientist or engineer if that is what they want to do.
The High School Research Teachers Conference brings 200 research teachers of all experience levels together to share best practices, troubleshoot challenges, and learn more about Society for Science & the Public and the Regeneron Science Talent Search. Our flagship publication, Science News, continues to set the standard for science journalism. Each year, only 40 finalists are selected from the nearly 2,000 students who enter our Science Talent Search, the longest-running and most prestigious science and math competition for high school seniors in the country. Your membership promotes scientific literacy and gives millions the opportunity to fall in love with science.