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New Science Standards - Massachusetts

Are You Prepared for the New Massachusetts Science Standards?

If not, Cambridge College can help. Our School of Education offers science coursework for graduate credit at an affordable price that can help faculty at the elementary and middle school levels understand and incorporate the new Massachusetts standards for science in school curricula. Participants can be assured that all courses have been fully aligned to the new Massachusetts Science Standards for 2015.           

For Elementary School Science Teachers: Prepare for the new Massachusetts Science Standards with an exciting course, Hybrid Elementary Science, that features a blend of online learning and hands-on, face-to-face instruction. The cost is $600 and successful completion awards you with 3 graduate credits. The seated class portion will meet in a school within your district (with a minimum of 15 enrolled).

About the New Science Standards

In October 2014, Cambridge College, in conjunction with the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, hosted The 2014 Massachusetts Science Frameworks Colloquium at the Museum of Science in Boston. School leaders attended this Science and Technology/Engineering Standards information session to learn more about the new draft of the PreK-12 standards that are slated for a fall 2015 implementation.

Dr. Jacob Foster, Assistant Director of STEM, MA ESE was the Keynote Speaker.



Please note:  Cambridge College reserves the right to not run under-enrolled online courses during a semester.