From University of Michigan News:

Michigan State University and the University of Michigan are partnering to create learning materials about genomics and evolution for the nation’s middle school students and their local communities. The new curriculum will blend formal classroom instruction and informal community-based learning. Collaborators include the CREATE for STEM Institute at MSU, U-M School of Public Health, Detroit Public Schools, and a nonprofit research organization in Massachusetts. Museums, libraries, and other organizations will provide venues for learning activities that help increase parent engagement and public knowledge.

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