OCTOBER 2018 | View as Webpage
National Center for Science Education e-Newsletter
Welcome to the new NCSE e-newsletter, where you can stay up to date on our most recent work supporting teachers and communities in their efforts to provide accurate and effective climate change and evolution education. Each month, we’ll feature stories about the many people around the country doing this important work, from teachers to community volunteers to local citizens standing up for science.

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--Ann Reid, Executive Director
Ann Reid
Ann Reid
Executive Director
NCSE Teacher Ambassador Kelly Pipes
Kelly Pipes, a high school biology teacher in North Carolina, discusses the challenges of teaching climate change in her area .

Science Booster Clubs Through the Eyes of Kate Carter
New Director of Community Science Education Kate Carter discusses making climate and evolution science more accessible to everyone.

Remaining Vigilant in Arizona
NCSE’s Deputy Director Glenn Branch urges us to continue keeping an eye on the situation in Arizona, where evolution is being watered down in proposed state science standards.