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Some high school seniors from Northern Virginia are making connections with students all over the world and they are doing it from outer space.
The students at Chesterbrook Elementary are going mobile in two ways: One of them is high tech, the other one is old school and both of them are good exercise.
The seeds of entrepreneurship are being sewn at Howard University Middle School of Mathematics and Science
How can science solve a problem in their neighbrohood? The Christopher Columbus Foundation put that challenge out to middle schoolers across the country.
A local teacher is using technology to help teach his students inside and outside of the classroom.
In the dog days of summer, you may think about a trip to the beach or a cool hike in the mountains, but the students we're featuring equate summer with science.
A life lesson for students at Woods Academy in Bethesda combines coffee, compassion and comraderie. It's called Cup of Joe.
The hands on approach to teaching at the Lab School in Northwest DC also works on eliminating labels and insecure feelings so the inner brilliance of each child can shine through.
Finding food allergies can be really challenging. Two Kilmer Middle School students may have found a pretty cool solution
At North Bethesda Middle School we met some state science champs who built a dulcimer and have the knowledge behind the notes.
Future astronauts are getting a huge advantage when they choose University of Maryland to do their studies.