In the renovated science lab at Beaver Dam High School in Beaver Dam Wis each workstation is equipped with multiple power outlets and select labs feature power outlets suspended from the ceiling which can be lowered as necessary Photo courtesy of PRA

In the renovated science lab at Beaver Dam High School in Beaver Dam, Wis., each workstation is equipped with multiple power outlets, and select labs feature power outlets suspended from the ceiling, which can be lowered as necessary.

Science project

Next Generation Science Standards drive innovative science room design.

In April 2013, a new set of voluntary, rigorous and internationally benchmarked standards for K-12 science education was released. The standards, known formally as the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), were developed, written and revised by a team of 41 teachers and education leaders from 26 states.

 

Identifying the Need

Prior to the 2013 release of the NGSS, nearly 15 years had passed since the National Research Council (NRC) and the American Associ

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