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Sangari Active Science Announces Name Change to Activate Learning

Sangari Active Science is changing its name to Activate Learning.
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Sangari Active Science is changing its name to Activate Learning. The company announced its new name at the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) conference in Richmond, Va., today.

While the company’s name is changing, Activate Learning’s elementary school program, Sangari Active Science, will keep its name moving forward. The curriculum is designed to build the knowledge and skills younger students need for success in science.

Each lesson integrates one or more of the eight scientific practices identified in the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), a new set of voluntary, rigorous, and internationally benchmarked standards for K-12 science education.

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