Science got interesting because scientists are teaching real-world classes to students
Shaunna Garner’s 16th grade 8th grade science education began as usual. One week of laboratory safety training before students conduct experiments and exercises.
But this year, Garner has other tricks up his sleeve. A researcher studying infectious diseases at the Texas Biomedical Research Institute will share their research and discuss it with her class at her Tex Hill Middle School in the Northeast Independent School District.