Teachers say LiMPETS aligns with new school standards

News article in the Santa Maria Times – Students in Riccardo Magni’s AP environmental science class at Pioneer Valley High School formed grids of twine inside square-shaped bases of PVC pipe Friday. The students would later use the measuring tools called quadrats to collect and monitor organisms from the sea. “In AP environmental science, one of the goals is to give the kids field experience,” Magni said. “It can’t get any better than this.” Article by Lauren Foreman (November 19, 2013)

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