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Students Calling for More Science Want to Help Teachers Organize Aftershool Clubs

Students for Science, an offshoot group generated from the March for Science held last spring, has continued advocating for more science opportunities in school.   The website includes an open letter to school boards and administrators across the nation that students can send asking them to support science in the schools. The group also offers ideas for an afterschool club for students interested in advocacy issues, and more.


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