CHICAGO | More than 3,000 students, including some from Northwest Indiana classrooms, mingled Friday with Museum of Science and Industry scholars and officials who offered insight into growing fields in science.
Through my years of struggling with proofs, solving for “x,” and anything math related, I have learned the idea of asking for help.
INDIANAPOLIS | Students at nine Hoosier high schools — none in Northwest Indiana — will be paid $100 for passing Advanced Placement exams in math, science or English, in addition to earning college credit.
Meister Elementary School teacher Nancy Packovski leads students in an exercise about various angles Wednesday.
Meister Elementary School teacher Nancy Packovski leads students in an exercise Wednesday.
Meister Elementary School fourth-graders Brittany Esquiveo, right, and Alexis Miller use masking tape on the classroom floor while solving perimeter and area assignments Wednesday.
Meister Elementary School teacher Jennifer Connell, center, high-fives Paul Schultz and congratulates Alexis Miller, left, and Brittany Esquiveo while working on area and perimeter problems using masking tape on the classroom floor.
MERRILLVILLE | As part of a special Senior Career Day, seniors at Merrillville High School recently were awarded Work Force Readiness Certificates that document reading for information and math application skills needed for entry-level jobs in business and industry.
INDIANAPOLIS | The Indiana Court of Appeals will not adjust the monetary damages awarded in a LaPorte County case after a juror claimed the jury got its math wrong.
LANSING | Sunnybrook Elementary District 171 soon will offer algebra classes to all of its eighth-grade students.
Discoveries Unlimited and the Challenger Learning Center of Northwest Indiana brought NASA astronaut Wendy Lawrence to their Reaching for the Stars Expo, encouraging kids to pursue science and math fields.
Local students participated in the 15th annual Math Bowl on Thursday at Col. John Wheeler Middle School in Crown Point.
Lake Street Elementary School students Molly Hannah, Karlye Sopczak and Zach Matijevich work on a problem Thursday during the Math Bowl in Crown Point.
MacArthur Elementary School fifth-grader Darren Cicero changes the score for Solon Robinson Elementary School during the Math Bowl on Thursday at Wheeler Middle School in Crown Point.
Bailey Elementary School students Matthew Whisenant, Maverick Custin and Emmani Ellis work on a problem Thursday as they participate in the 15th annual Math Bowl at Col. Wheeler Middle School in Crown Point.
Jacob Keaveney cheers on Jerry Ross Elementary School students Thursday in the 15th annual Math Bowl at Col. John Wheeler Middle School in Crown Point.
Merrillville Intermediate School students Gerald Akujobi, Dakota Sampson and Kameron Flowers work on a problem as they participate in the 15th annual Indiana Academic Math Bowl on Thursday at Col. Wheeler Middle School in Crown Point.
John Holland Sr., and his 7-year-old son John Holland Jr., play a card game that help kids understand the order of numbers Thursday night at Saylor Elementary School in South Haven.
Emily Engle, 4, practices geometry Thursday at one of the stations at Saylor Elementary in South Haven.
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