Tag - national science teachers association

Science for the People Activities

Last summer a number of us began to work as a support and education group in the area of computers. Some but not all of us were members of SESPA; we included people in math and sociology as well as computer workers.  So far, we have worked on two specific projects: development of a mailing list program for processing...

Science Teachers Report

The N.E. Regional National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) convention in Boston, last December, was different from past national NSTA conventions the Science Teaching Group has attended. We were asked to present our own sessions, given space for our literature table, and the NSTA sessions were run in a more open...

Chapter Reports

The Boston chapter is made up of subgroups, some concerned with specific areas of technological impact (Science Teachers Group, China collective, Off-Control Project, Industrial Group, meeting action groups—AAA$, American Chemical Society, etc.—study groups, technical assistance projects) and some concerned with the...

Actions at NSTA

The educational system is one of the most important means by which the power of the ruling class in this country is maintained. This process can be seen very clearly in science education. (For a more detailed statement of this position and some of the reasoning behind it, see the excerpts of our pamphlet printed in...