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Internet Media Tour Interview Links

On November 16, National Assessment Governing Board member Cary Sneider and Deputy Executive Director Mary Crovo participated in an Internet media tour, which included 25 interviews with various radio and online media outlets. The event followed the release of the findings of The Nation's Report Card: 2015 Science.  

During interviews with reporters, Cary and Mary discussed how technology is changing today's classrooms and offered advice to teachers and parents on how they can encourage students to remain interested in STEM subjects through hands-on learning and engaging activities outside the classroom.

To listen to or read some of the interviews from the tour, click on the links below.

Online Interviews

The Good Men Project – November 17, 2016

Melisa Source – November 22, 2016

Let’s Just Talk! – November 26, 2016

Learning Liftoff – November 30, 2016

Oakland County Moms – November 30, 2016

Radio Interviews

WNPV-AM (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) – November 16, 2016 at 7:45 a.m.

WFFG-AM (Miami, Florida) – November 16, 2016 at 8:30 a.m.

WYYZ-AM (Atlanta, Georgia) –November 16, 2016 at 12:00 p.m.



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