At the Foundation, we view the Event-Based Science Project as a prototype for the rest of the nation. It encompasses much of what we envision as the future for mathematics and science education: connecting to real-world events, integrating ideas and information from different classes, incorporating computers and information from television and newspapers, and teaching through team-based, hands-on activities.(1991-1993)

This was said before the first EBS module was produced. Now their effectiveness has been proven.

We can help your school district, museum, or other organization obtain grant funding to create its own Event-Based Science modules.

We also provide writing and editing services in the domains of assessment, pedagogy, educational research, and science for lay audiences.