Science Education Policy and Reform

Book Review of “Unscientific America: How Scientific Illiteracy Threatens Our Future”, by Chris Mooney and Sheril Kirshenbaum
Reviewed by Art Hobson

2009 FEd Member Survey
Ernie Malamud

Thoughts on Chairmanship of the American Physical Society Committee on Education
Michael Marder

APS April 2008: Why We Should Double the Number of Undergraduate Degrees in Physics
Ted Hodapp, Robert Hilborn, David Boulware

The Gathering Storm: Latest Forecast
Norman R. Augustine

The Elements of Science Education Reform
Gerald F. Wheeler

California Political Science Education
Lawrence Woolf

Where are the Science Candidates?
Jim Nelson

Evidence That Science Literacy College Courses Have A Significant National Impact
Art Hobson

National Science Education Act Fails to Pass

Notes from Washington: Science and Math Education
Rush Holt

From Innovation to Change: Forging A Physics Education Reform Agenda for the 21st Century
Sheila Tobias

Introductory Physics Reform in the Traditional Format: An Intellectual Framework
Kenneth J. Heller

Unlocking our Future: Toward a New National Science Policy (Ehlers Committee report)
Thomas D. Rossing

The Sputnik Era: Why is this Educational Reform Different from All Other Reforms?
Rodger W. Bybee

What We Have Learned and Where We Are Headed: Lessons from the Sputnik Era
George E. DeBoer

Science Education Reform: Interview with Ramon Lopez

Can Science Survive Constraint on Growth?
David Goodstein

Three Cultures
Peter Lindenfeld

Scientists Have Important Roles, Responsibilities in Future of Science Education
Bruce Alberts, President, NAS

Book Review: Reforming Education: The Opening of the American Mind
John Hubisz, reviewer; book by Mortimer J. Adler.