Based on cuts in education in the state of California, some areas of study have suffered specifically the area of science education According to a recently released report, fewer California students have the opportunity to engage in high-quality science learning in the state's elementary schools. The report is sounding an alarming wake-up call about the lagging state of science education in California. Fortunately, despite these grim findings, there is plenty that parents can do - both at school and at home - to nurture their children's interest in science. Chris Roe, CEO of the California STEM Learning Network will discuss what parents need to know about the state of science education in California and what parents can do at school and at home to foster their kids' enthusiasm for science.
New study finds California lags far behind in science education. What can parents do?