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The Moline-Coal Valley School District authorized the administration to resequence the science curriculum at the high school to move toward a …

For some students at Earl Hanson Elementary School, learning about math and science doesn’t end when the bell rings.

  • Kay Luna

True leadership isn’t defined by bosses who heroically sweep in with unique talents and strategies, or even by those who try to imitate those …

  • Kay Luna

When Stephanie Pace Marshall helped create the Illinois Math and Science Academy about 25 years ago, the idea of teaching students with a spec…

  • John Schultz

Fifth graders Eric Friestad, left, and Zach Rettig brainstorm ideas for a motorized "jitter bug" this week during the Illinois Math and Scienc…

  • John Schultz

Fourth graders Victoria McLeod 9, left, and Taylor Sierens, 10, work on connecting a battery to a small motor while constructing a "jitter bug…

  • John Schultz

Students in the Illinois Math and Science Academy Fusion program gather supplies to construct a motorized "jitter bug" this week during the af…

  • John Schultz

Fifth graders Glendis Cribb, 11, and Jackson Tweet, 11, use tape to attach straightened paperclips to a compact disc for legs for their motori…