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Since 1845, Scientific American has shared the wonders of science with lifelong learners as the country’s oldest continuously published magazine. It’s in our DNA. In the first issue, the editors explained about Scientific American: “As a family newspaper, it will convey more useful intelligence to children and young people than five times its cost in [...]

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Mariette DiChristina, editor in chief and senior vice president of Scientific American, awarding the distinguished actor Alan Alda with the Scientific American Award for achievements in the public communication of science. Credit: Scientific American

What’s driving the digital revolution in education? And will it be a boon for students, helping the U.S. stay competitive in a global economy, as advocates say? Or, as critics say, will it improve only little on what teachers can do already—and threaten student privacy to boot? In the “Executive Summit: Learning in the Digital [...]

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