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Spring 2002 Newsletter 

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In This Issue

  • Browsing Through the Journals by Thomas D. Rossing

Forum News and Announcements

  • Sessions at the March and April APS Meetings  by Kenneth S. Krane, Chair-Elect
  • Meeting: Materials Education: Opportunities Over a Lifetime," May 20-21, 2002. From James Wynne


  • The Physics Major: An Endangered Species? by Jack Wilson
  • Communicating Science with the Arts by Chris Chiaverina
  • Fermilab's Ask a Scientist Program by Peter H. Garbincius
  • Fooling Students Into Not Fooling Themselves by Raymond E. Hall
  • A Coalition to Improve Teaching by John Layman and Warren Hein
  • No Child Left Behind?  Teaching Science and the Department of Education Budget Good Intentions, Political Realities, Unintended Consequences by Ken Heller
  • Improving the Quality and Quantity of K-12 Teachers of Mathematics and Science: The Collaborative for Excellence in Teacher Preparation in Pennsylvania by Patsy Ann Johnson, P. James Moser, Robert A. Cohen, and Joan E. Mackin
  • Mathematical Physics for All by Stewart E. Brekke

Disclaimer: The articles and opinion pieces found in this issue of the APS Forum on Education Newsletter are not peer refereed and represent solely the views of the authors and not necessarily the views of the APS.