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The Journal of Experimental Secondary Science

January 1, 2011 | Media and Technology, Professional Development, Conferences, and Networks, Informal/Formal Connections
We are a non-profit, open access journal dedicated to publishing high quality scientific research articles from high school students. Our mission is to promote the advancement of high school education by displaying the research conducted by students across the country and the schools in which their research was performed. Our journal is developing a blog in which students can conduct peer review of each other's articles and teachers can exchange ideas on how to improve their programs. Schools with advanced science curriculum can contribute ideas and curriculum to schools with less developed programs, thus increasing the overall quality of science education in this program. We are requesting members of the Informal Science community, whose programs involve laboratory research, to submit articles to our journal.



  • Ravi Dinakar
    Principal Investigator
    The Journal of Experimental Secondary Science
  • Discipline: General STEM | Nature of science
    Audience: Youth/Teen (up to 17) | Educators/Teachers | Museum/ISE Professionals
    Environment Type: Media and Technology | Websites, Mobile Apps, and Online Media | Professional Development, Conferences, and Networks | Professional Development and Workshops | Informal/Formal Connections | K-12 Programs

    If you would like to edit a resource, please email us to submit your request.