Use discovery, problem-solving to engage students in the sciences

Young children tend to love science, but most of that interest seems to dissipate long before high school, writes Ellen V. Futter, president of the American Museum of Natural History. Science education must become a priority with better teacher training in methods that engage students in discovery and exploration, more federal resources, and new scholarships for science majors.

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