NSTA seeks to raise the status of science education and science teaching as a profession by advocating for high-quality science education within national, state, and local contexts.
Journal ArticleSupporting Inclusive Science Classrooms: Strategies to Improve Accessibility and Engagement for Students with Exceptionalities
This article explores a lesson on structure and function in an inclusive first grade classroom. The class is co-taught by a general and special educat...
Blog PostFederal Government Shutdown Looms; Impact of the 2023 Elections; U.S. Dept of Ed Launches New PSA Campaign Elevating Teaching Profession
Journal ArticleScientific Literacy: Lives could depend on it!
Carl Sagan famously said “We live in a society exquisitely dependent on science and technology, in which hardly anyone knows anything about science ...
Journal ArticleStudent Self-Care in the Sciences
Instructor support is associated with various positive outcomes for students. Self-care (taking care of one’s physical, mental, and emotional health...
Blog PostHouse Committee Examines Impact of the CHIPS and Science Act; National Science Foundation Releases STEM Teaching Funding Opportunities
Blog PostCongressional Appropriations Committees Advance Two Drastically Different Spending Bills for Public Education
Blog PostU.S. Department of Education Announces New Grant Opportunities to Enhance Teacher Recruitment and Promote Diversity