Forensic science fad sweeping nation's schools

01/2/2004 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

Over the past two years, the number of forensic science classes in U.S. schools has jumped dramatically, thanks to intense media coverage of sensational crimes, investigatory pieces on cable networks and the popular "CSI" TV dramas. Science teachers say they are energized by the challenge of creating new forensics-related curricula.

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