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Lasting improvements in the way science is taught in the schools will come about only if a national body of scientists and science educators is charged with monitoring and improving reform efforts, a report released last week by the National Academy of Sciences concludes.
On a flight across the country this summer, I read four Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle adventure books.
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