Scientists and engineers are being taught in schools across the country that the “scientific” profession is dying, a sentiment echoed by many young people who say they want to be science-oriented, rather than merely technical.
This week, the National Science Teachers Association launched a new campaign to educate students about the science profession, urging them to explore the careers of scientists and engineers, which the group says have been underrepresented in the job market.
The National Science Teacher Association is a coalition of more than 1,000 national teachers’ unions representing educators and their staff, including educators in the arts and sciences, nursing, health, education and the professions.
It was formed in 2016 after a national movement to increase the representation of women in science and engineering began in earnest.
The campaign has been supported by the National Academy of Sciences, the American Association of University Women, the Association of School Psychologists, the Society for Neuroscience and the National Association of Science Teachers.
The union has also launched a nationwide “science education and awareness campaign,” in which teachers from across the nation are sending home messages to their students about what the scientific community stands for.
In the new campaign, teachers are told that the field of science is dying and that they should learn about how the field is changing and how to be scientists or engineers.
Science Education And Awareness Campaign #SciEdAndAwareness is a new initiative by the American Academy of Science, the Alliance for Science Education, the Science Teachers Alliance, the League of Women Engineers and the Association for Science Literacy.
#SCIEdAndAdais #ScienceEducationAndAweeness is a hashtag being used by teachers, many of whom say they feel disconnected from science.
They have come to realize that the profession is a field that needs to be talked about.
They say they need to know how the scientific process works and how the world is changing, and that their students need to have access to the knowledge they need.
The teachers want to make it clear that the science they teach is an integral part of the academy.
In an email, the teachers said they want the campaign to help students understand the history of science, how science and technology can change the world, and the role of science in society.
In addition to a “Science Education and Awareness” web page, the campaign also includes a podcast, “Science & Technology: An Open World Perspective” that explores the history and science of technology, science fiction, movies, television and more.
In that podcast, a scientist describes the technology and industry in the form of a story and how it can change a culture, the union said.
The podcast also includes interviews with scientists and technology entrepreneurs.
“We are asking our students to take science as their own, and to connect with the technology of the future that they are building,” said Julie Schlosser, the executive director of the National Teachers’ Union.
Schlossers group is part of a larger movement that has become a major issue in American education over the past few years. “
This is the first time we’ve seen this kind of campaign,” she said.
Schlossers group is part of a larger movement that has become a major issue in American education over the past few years.
The issue of gender representation in STEM fields is gaining attention across the board.
This year, the White House created a STEM Education Task Force, which aims to bring together experts from diverse disciplines to address gender equity in STEM education.
The task force has been met with widespread support from some in the STEM community, including the National Academies of Science and Engineering, the STEM Education Association and other organizations.
The White House is working on a new effort to create a STEM education curriculum, which is expected to be released later this year.
But this campaign is raising the issue of science education and is sparking renewed attention among educators.
Science education and advocacy groups are not alone in their efforts to make sure that young people have a broader understanding of science.
Earlier this year, a team of researchers from Johns Hopkins University, Stanford University and MIT released a report that examined how the science and STEM fields are affected by climate change.
The report found that women are less likely to be in the scientific and technical fields than their male peers.
The study also found that STEM fields have been losing more women to STEM in recent years.
It also found the number of women entering STEM fields has increased in recent decades, but has been decreasing overall.
In 2016, women held about 53 percent of the science, engineering and math (science) jobs in the U.S. and about a quarter of all STEM jobs, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
But by 2020, they would hold about 29 percent of all science and math jobs, and just over 14 percent of jobs in those fields, according a study published by the New America Foundation.
A recent study from the Pew Research Center found that only about 6 percent of U..
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