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Science News in High Schools Free Enrollment for 2020-2021

Science News in High Schools is a program from the Society that aims to boost science literacy for every U.S. high school student – and gives teachers easy ways to bring today’s science developments into their teaching. Regeneron and other sponsors are again generously funding the participation of nearly 5,000 public U.S. high schools during the 2020-2021 school year, and spots are filling up fast!

School administrators, science teachers, librarians or anyone else interested on behalf of a high school can sign up for the program directly at https://societyforscience.tfaforms.net/45. For more information about Science News in High Schools, contact: snhs@societyforscience.org.

Each high school participating in the Science News in High Schools program gets:

  • Ten print copies of each biweekly issue of Science News magazine during the 2020 – 2021 academic year, delivering a comprehensive source of science journalism on the latest scientific discoveries.
  • Digital Educator Guides full of interdisciplinary content for each issue and access to the archive of guides, providing ready-to-use material with questions, activities and experiments for many high school grade levels and science curricula.
  • Access to Science News’ online resources and full archives, allowing students to research science topics reported on since 1924.
  • Access to an online community of Science News and other Society for Science & the Public Educators for sharing ideas and best practices for using Science News in High Schools.