Solid science education is the best inoculation against ignorance.
Project: Circuit Circus
|We try to focus on the main project until it is completely funded, and then move on to the bonus project. If a project doesn't meet its funding goal by its deadline, it dies and any donations to it are referred to their donors to be moved to another project. For that reason, we don't like to split our sometimes limited resources between two open projects. Of course the choice of project to which you donate (if any!) is entirely yours.|
When the main project is finished, let's work on this one.
Project: STEM In The Classroom
Students from Ms. Fizer's class enjoying their new scientific calculators, from the project, Calculators Make it All Add Up.
Last week's main project, Whooo Did I Eat?, was completed. High-poverty students near a Georgia military base will learn about the food chain by dissecting owl pellets.
An open project from an earlier week, Helps Us Be Hands-On with Science, was also finally rescued with a Kossack assist. Elementary school students in North Carolina will receive materials for a variety of hands-on science labs.
You can see the teachers' thank-you notes at the links above. Many thanks to all contributors!
See our list of successfully funded projects. We're up to 321!
As of Saturday night, these bonus projects from previous weeks remain open:When projects are not fully funded by their expiration date, donors are contacted by DonorsChoose and asked to choose another project to which to redirect their donations.
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