Read at least three of this series of short articles and editorials about science

Read at least three of this series of short articles and editorials about science education.Scientific Literacy: its not (just) about the facts Statement on Scientific Literacy from a Science Teacher Schools Should Teach Science Like Sports: Why the NGSS Will Succeed Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, and Lately, Coding Media Is Unreal: Bring Media Literacy into Science Literacy Science Literacy: Lessons from the First Generation

Write a 2-page (double-spaced) letter to advocate for your view of science education. Potential audiences could be:Your school principal Alabama or Georgias Superintendent of Public Instruction

Your letter should make specific recommendations about the following:Why should every student learn science? Who gets to decide what should be taught in science classes? How key ideas, skills, and concepts of science should be taught in the classrooms to improve scientific literacy? (provide examples) How will these recommendations benefit students?

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