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Resources for Parents/Teachers
Content on this page is intended for middle and high school students. Children under age 13 should have parental approval.
Resources from the U.S. Army, which supports a wide range of educational opportunities in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) for youth, college, graduate students, and teachers. Programs include STEM student competitions, scholarships, and more.
A collection of strategies, ideas, and resources from the Carnegie Science Center in Pittsburgh, Pa.
See the true story of two kids launched into a scientific adventure after getting a “grant” from the National Institutes of Health in 1957.
EurekAlert! Is an editorially independent, online news service operated by AAAS, the science society. The site features news, multimedia and images available to reporters and editors who produce content for children and teens, as well as to the general public.