A recent study from MIT estimates that pollution from coal fired power plants kill 1885 people a year in Maryland. In Baltimore, the study estimates that we dig 475 early graves each year for those who succumb to pollution from … Continued
Demonstration on how to make a seed ball. Click on the photo to watch the video.
Chorus for the Chesapeake Gov. O’Malley sings with students at the Green Schools Summit. Click on the photo to watch the video.
Last night my 10 year old son ran a DNA test to identify a jewel thief, investigated enzymes in milk, and identified sickle cell anemia using electrophoresis. Students from all over Maryland are able to do these and other experiments … Continued
The printing press. Democracy. The internet. Citizen Science. Each of these educates, connects and empowers people. They are extensions of our hunger to learn, share information and create solutions. Opening science to more people creates a virtuous cycle that strengthens … Continued
What would happen if students examined their school, homes and habits in the same way that doctors examined a patient? Could they start to identify and change things in their school and home environments that hinder their health and learning? … Continued