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At BSCS Science Learning, we are on a mission to transform science education nationwide. This means creating impact that is both systemic and sustainable. And we accomplish this goal through four areas of work.
The concept of the Click and Learn Software system began with a conversation between Danny Pryor (a tutor at a small school in Oklahoma) and Bob Reynolds (the administrative assistant at that same small school). They had just created a software system to help students improve students' grammar skills and we were looking for the next project.
Since 1969, we have supported customers with geographic science and geospatial analytics, what we call The Science of Where. We take a geographic approach to problem-solving, brought to life by modern GIS technology. We are committed to using science and technology to build a sustainable world.
Our goal is to advance education, improve quality of curricula, contribute authentic research and learning projects, and to provide training and skill development in an atmosphere of discovery.
Greg, Ken and Paul created iScore5 together because they believed that there needed to be a better way to help students succeed on AP exams in the 21st Century. As teachers, they realized their students are tech-savvy and wanted to provide students with expert review in the palm of their hands.
The mission of Agriculture in the Classroom is to "increase agricultural literacy through K-12 education." An agriculturally literate person is defined as "one who understands and can communicate the source and value of agriculture as it affects our quality of life."
SCGeo is: a network of K-12 educators and university geographers; a nationally-recognized leader and provider of geography education instruction and materials; a partner working with local, state, and national interests to create environments where meaningful learning about geography content, methods, and technologies occur; guided by a simple vision – that geography matters.
The Census Bureau's mission is to serve as the nation's leading provider of quality data about its people and economy.