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    Local K-12 Students Use Art to Teach Public About Extreme Weather

    The National Science Foundation-funded project Cool Science hosted its 10th annual Extreme Weather Art Competition for students in grades kindergarten through 12th. The winning posters are now displayed on transit buses in the Merrimack Valley and Worcester areas.
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    Professor Named Education Policy Fellow at Boston Think Tank

    Brown joins MEPF as a veteran of both the Massachusetts public schools and Massachusetts public higher education system. As part of MEPF, he will interact with 32 other fellows from a variety of roles, including teachers, school district administrators, researchers, nonprofit leaders, and state officials. “By the end of the program, fellows are in a strong position to move forward in their careers as education professionals and advance effective policy reform,” said Dr. d’Entremont, Executive Director for the Rennie Center.
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  • At the fall 2021 Panasuk Symposium at UMass Lowell, a panel of educators and advocates discussed critical race theory

    Educators, Advocates Tackle Critical Race Theory at Symposium

    Educators and student advocates discussed critical race theory at the fall symposium, and how the political controversies surrounding it are affecting students and teachers. The first education symposium to be held since November 2019 also included a workshop on teaching LGBTQ history.