April Luehmann on NSF grant to support science education 

April Luehmann headshot photoApril Luehmann, associate professor and director of the science teacher preparation program at the Warner School, was interviewed about the National Science Foundation (NSF) $1.5 million grant awarded to the Warner School to support justice-centered, ambitious science teaching. 
Read the Democrat & Chronicle story “Science Teachers Tackle COVID Through Social Justice Lens.”

Read the Rochester Beacon story "Using COVID to Change Science Education https://rochesterbeacon.com/2021/08/10/using-covid-change-science-education/" 
View the Spectrum News story “U of R Awarded $1.5 Million Grant to Create New COVID Curriculum https://spectrumlocalnews.com/nys/rochester/news/2021/07/17/ur-awarded--1-5-million-grant-create-new-covid-curriculum.”
View the News10NBC story “U of R’s Warner School Receives $1.5M Grant for Science Education Project.
Read the press release.

Tags: April Luehmann, COVID-19, National Science Foundation, science education