Tennessee educators say science gets short shrift

In Tennessee, experts fear that because state standards don't mandate how much time students should spend studying science, the subject is being sidelined in favor of math and reading instruction. Some concerned districts are using hands-on science kits to ensure children get in-depth lessons in basic scientific principles.

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