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Maryland plans to implement new science standards by 2017 - The Frederick News-Post : News

Maryland plans to implement new science standards by 2017

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Posted: Friday, July 19, 2013 2:00 am

Last month, Maryland became the fourth state to adopt the Next Generation Science Standards, according to the state Board of Education.

The standards combine scientific practice with the basic concepts of engineering, technology, and life, physical, earth and space sciences, according to the NGSS website.

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3 comments:

  • rscott25 posted at 7:15 am on Fri, Jul 19, 2013.

    rscott25 Posts: 783

    And the really bad thing, is they have taken up all of the landing field for the MDSP Medivac.

     
  • rscott25 posted at 7:12 am on Fri, Jul 19, 2013.

    rscott25 Posts: 783

    ROTFLMAO. Hmmmmm, this coming from a Governor that sends 5-6k more to Baltimore schools per student (ie adminitrators) and at the same time, Frederick just placed ANOTHER portable here at Hillcrest this week. That is what, 25? The portables will now host more than the actual stone structure itself.

     
  • formerfcps posted at 6:26 am on Fri, Jul 19, 2013.

    formerfcps Posts: 701

    They'll have to raise taxes for this because they sure won't cut any funding from important things like sports and ipad handouts.

     

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