May 1991
Physics Today;May91, Vol. 44 Issue 5, p54
Academic Journal
Discusses a program aimed at blending science into the elementary school curriculum in St. Louis, Missouri, called Project SEER (Science Education for Equity Reform). Intent to make science more accessible to all students, particularly to girls and minorities;Supports and funding of the program by the American Institute of Physics and the University City school district; How most students don't get formal science until high school; Background of the SEER project; Plans to restructure the science curriculum in the secondary grades.


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