The fifth part of Kevin’s snake research in rural China is coming up on this blog today at noon. How do you think Kevin became such a scientist at such a young age? And how can we get more Kevins? Answer: science teachers in our schools. That is why we need to help teachers make science alive and exciting for their little charges. Just lookk at what is needed:
Or Scientists in the Making, for a teacher in a Gifter & Talented Magnet school in rural North Carolina in which 48% of the students are from low income families. They need just $308 to subscribe to Scholastic’s Super Science magazine.
Or look at other projects on my list, or lists of other SB bloggers. Ten dollars is enough, if many of us contribute.