Joanna Totino | September 12, 2014 | FOSS Partnerships

FOSS has deep roots in the Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) and the FOSS team at LHS has cultivated many FOSS champions and expert teachers in OUSD classrooms over the years. Collaborative Approach to Learning: Building Language And Science Teaching (CAL:BLAST), an innovative project that recently completed its third and final year, was able to use the expertise of OUSD teachers with FOSS as a base to expand their science content knowledge and field research experience.

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Diana Vélez | September 02, 2014 | FOSS Partnerships

In Santa Barbara, California, BaySci is supporting the distict's effort to implement a vision and plan for an integrated and rigorous approach to science instruction.

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Diana Vélez | September 01, 2014 | FOSS Partnerships

Despite the region's abundance of STEM-related jobs and resources, science instruction in Bay Area public schools is only now beginning to squeak its way back into the elementary classroom.

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Erica Beck Spencer | March 05, 2014 | FOSS Partnerships

Over the lifespan of GEMS-Net, the program has coordinated opportunities for more than 70 University of Rhode Island and community scientists and engineers to collaborate with teachers and schools.

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Joanna Totino | March 03, 2014 | FOSS Partnerships

The Bayview Zone of San Francisco Unified School District (SFUSD) consists of seven schools that include approximately 1,800 pre-K–12 students—schools that serve the highest concentrations of African-American students in the district.

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Karen Mendelow Nelson | September 01, 2010 | FOSS Partnerships

Due to an invigorating new collaboration, the 2009–2010 school year was a productive year for implementing FOSS in nine Chicago Public School District elementary schools.

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Guest Contributors | March 02, 1998 | FOSS Partnerships

GEOMUSA is a teaching program for students in elementary school, developed in cooperation with the Norwegian Mining Museum. It uses the mineral exhibition, silver exhibition, and the mines. The subject for GEOMUSA is minerals and their properties and the history of silver mining.

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