Support Today’s Science Educators and Learners
It’s been an eventful year at BSCS Science Learning. This spring, we released two major instructional materials programs for middle and high school students nationwide, including our new flagship biology program, BSCS Biology: Understanding for Life.
Exclusive Anchored Inquiry Learning Webinar
You are invited to an inside look at BSCS Science Learning’s latest innovation in instructional materials design! Join BSCS’s Dr. Lindsey Mohan and Cindy Gay as they introduce Anchored Inquiry Learning during an exclusive webinar. At BSCS, we dream of a scientifically literate society. Every day, for decades, we have worked closely with science educators, […]
BSCS Statement on Gun Violence
BSCS remains committed to students, teachers, and their communities, and to the ongoing work of building science education for a more just and sustainable world. But learning cannot happen if teachers and students don’t feel safe. No teacher should ever have to consider how they would react if a murderer walks into their classroom with […]
Help Us Ensure All Students from All Backgrounds are Prepared for Life in the 21st Century
At BSCS, we believe science education is the key. We have a 60-year history of research-driven innovation. And right now, we are focused on bringing our programs to districts and schools that are being left behind.
BSCS Statement on Black Lives Matter
BLACK LIVES MATTER and silence is complicity. BSCS is in mourning. We stand in solidarity with Black communities in the struggle against injustice, and we believe that the role of our work in science education must include preparing our youth to redress injustice. As an organization we have a lot of listening, learning, and work […]
BSCS Science Learning Publishes Research Findings, Tools, and Data Sets Related to Student and Teacher Outcomes in Science
BSCS Science Learning has published a suite of peer-reviewed research findings, online tools, and data sets for researchers to use when evaluating or planning studies of science education interventions.
New BSCS Research Shows Genetics Education Could Reduce Racial Biases
BSCS Research Scientist Dr. Brian Donovan has found that learning accurate information about human genetic variation within and between US census races can reduce racial biases in adolescent and adult populations.
$3 Million Federal Grant to Impact Colorado Science Teacher Preparation
A federal grant was awarded to BSCS Science Learning and will fund a five-year STeLLA CO2 project, starting this month in partnership with University of Colorado, Boulder; University of Colorado, Colorado Springs; and University of Northern Colorado, Greeley.