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NSTA Express is a weekly e-mail newsletter that delivers the latest news and information about science education, including legislative updates, member news, resources, and much more.
Circulation: Total circulation of 407,000. Readership consists primarily of science educators in the United States and Canada. Select administrators, principals, and supervisors/coordinators also receive this e-publication.
Science Class is a monthly e-mail newsletter that delivers theme-based content to teachers every month in elementary, middle level, and high school editions. News articles, SciLinks, journal articles from the NSTA archives, and appropriate books support each theme.
Circulation: Total circulation of 308,000. Readership consists primarily of science K-12 educators in the United States and Canada. Select administrators, principals, and supervisors/coordinators also receive this e-publication.
Scientific Principals is a monthly e-mail newsletter for elementary school principals. Based on typical themes found in elementary science curricula, each issue of Scientific Principals offers a science toolbox full of new ideas and practical applications.
Circulation: Total circulation of 5,100. Readership consists primarily of elementary school principals and other high-level administrators in the United States. This select group of educators is responsible for making most purchasing decisions in elementary schools today. Issues are also intended for pass-along to teachers.
The STEM Classroom
The STEM Classroom is a monthly e-mail newsletter which provides a forum for ideas and resources teachers will need supporting STEM processes now and in the future. By coordinating science and math courses with technology and engineering courses, teachers can give students a better understanding of the world they live in.
Circulation: Total circulation of over 4,100 and growing rapidly. Readership consists primarily of middle and secondary school teachers throughout the United States who have been charged with implementing STEM education in their classrooms.