Blaine teachers work together to improve science learning, test scores
The Bellingham Herald
Passing a state science test isn't a graduation requirement yet, but teachers in the Blaine School District are taking every opportunity to ensure students can be successful when it is. For the past several years, district teachers have been part of grant programs that focus on improving science teaching practices so student achievement in the subject increases. Most recently, district science teachers have been working with Western Washington University instructors through a grant program called College Readiness in Science Partnership, or CRISP.