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Mr. Hernandez's Classroom: Science Centers

Mr. Hernandez teaches 3rd through 5th graders in Miramar, FL, at a school where more than 75% of the students come from low income households.  I donated to his project to buy science kits for his 5th graders about Earth and space science, the human body, and electricity. As Mr. Hernandez said, "These Science centers materials will help my students gain the necessary practice and skills that working professionals in the Scientific community must have in order to innovate, these include inquiry and investigation, critical thinking, and collaboration." Science is a unique subject to teach, because it requires so many (costly) materials...

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Mrs. Romanowski's Classroom: The Next Trip to Infinity!

At Hillside Elementary School in Harrison, MI, getting technology into students' hands is tough. This low income school only has one computer lab to serve 12 different classes, and the students have to crowd around the computers because there aren't enough to go around.  With our help, Mrs. Romanowski from Harrison, MI, acquired a set of laptops for her students, so each of her fifth graders can use one at a time. This is going to be amazing for their education, and it will open up learning opportunities. I remember how difficult it was when I was a teacher (nearly 10...

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