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Critical Supports For Elementary Science Reform: The Top Ten Action Items For Superintendents


Mark St. John, Inverness Research Inc.


This paper is a summary statement made by Mark St. John, given at the end of a meeting of urban district Superintendents regarding the reform of elementary science instruction. The meeting was sponsored by the Center for Urban Science Education Reform (CUSER), and held in Washington, D.C. on April 30, 1999.


The Center for Urban Science Education Reform (CUSER), a project of the Education Development Center (EDC), Newton, MA

Intended Audience

Superintendents of urban districts, and general public.

Funded by

National Science Foundation.


This document does not necessarily reflect the views of EDC-CUSER. Any and all errors are claimed by the authors of this document, Inverness Research

Date published

May 1999

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Inverness Research Inc. grants permission to print and distribute copies.

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