In a recent post here on Wiley Exchanges, Wiley CEO, Mark Allin, wrote: “Now more than ever, science and education have no borders. Knowledge has no borders. Values have no borders. Global interconnectedness, education, independent, evidence-based science and diversity of all kinds . . . are critical to continued progress. This truth is all around us.”
Members of Wiley's School Solutions Team led by Sr. Manager, Robert Johnston, along with Chris Hegg, Senior Account Representative for K-12 school districts, attended the National Science Teachers Association Annual Meeting in Los Angeles at the beginning of April and asked attendees to contribute “cue card confessions” about what science means to them. Over 100 educators took the opportunity to tell us their thoughts, and we chose some of the best examples to share with you as scientists and supporters of science gather for the March for Science on April 22nd.
We hope you’re inspired and share your own thoughts on what science means to you in the comments bellow.