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IN THE NEWS: Chincoteague Bay Field Station’s SPARK Program (Shore People Advancing Readiness for Knowledge) in Wallops Island, Virginia, which fosters environmental science interactions outside the classroom between parents and children through an intergenerational and scaffolding approach (progressively incremental) to E-STEM learning, has been named one of the five winners in the second annual UL (Underwriters Laboratories, Inc.) Innovative Education Award program. The organization will receive a grant of $25,000. MORE >