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Only a third of students in California meet the state's new science standards, the Los Angeles Times reports.

California adopted a new approach to teaching science in 2013 in which teachers ask a question, such as, the LA Times says, 'how does a wound heal?', and then discuss related processes, like cellular reproduction, and have students talk about what other processes or factors they think might be needed.

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