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National | Suggested Reading
Base Camp Earth -- A project of the National Teacher
Enhancement Network (NTEN) at Montana State University, Base Camp Earth offers virtual
explorations of contemporary science issues.
Center for Educational Resources Project (CERES)
-- A program designed by Montana State University faculty and national K-12 teachers, CERES
offers on-line, interactive K-12 science education materials.
Montana BioHistory -- Learn about significant milestones in the historical development of
Montana's biotechnology & medical technology industry.
Montana JASON Project -- This science program
engages students through the use of a live scientific expedition.
Montana Parent Teacher Association (PTA)
-- The Montana PTA empowers communities to work together for children and families through education,
leadership, communication and advocacy.
Montana Project Water Education for Teachers
(WET) -- A water science education program, which includes K-12 education materials,
watershed tours and educatorsí workshops.
Montana Science Teachers
Association (MTSA) -- The Montana Science Teachers Association is a group of
professionals dedicated to the goals of increasing public awareness, interest and support of
science education in Montana. Composed mainly of science educators from all arenas of education,
the association serves as a vehicle to exert positive influence on young people.
Northwest Regional Educational Library (NWREL) --NWREL is part of a national network of ten educational
laboratories that focuses on educational needs in the region by conducting research and
development and providing training and technical assistance through events, including
conferences, workshops, and onsite activities. NWREL's primary service area is the
Northwestern states of Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington.
Montana Office of -- Access information ranging from statistics and reports to
curriculum and standards.
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