No Room for Science

Teachers in California don't have time to teach science anymore, reports the Los Angeles Times' Teresa Watanabe. A recent survey of teachers in the state found that teachers are cutting time for science because they are pressured to focus on math and reading so their students can pass state and federal tests. And if they do find themselves with the time to teach science, Watanabe adds, teachers often have to buy their own supplies.

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