Today at the National Science Teachers Association: We’re following NSTA Member Steve Rich (@bflyguy) on Twitter as he visits the White House for an educators luncheon with 2nd Lady Jill Biden, getting excited because we’re only 1 week away from the #NSTA14 STEM Forum and Expo in New Orleans (May 14–17) featuring keynote speaker and Newton’s Football author Ainissa Ramirez, and offering some great science education books from NSTA Press for rock-bottom prices. Join us, and never miss a thing!
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