The GoFundMe (https://www.gofundme.com/teachology) fundraising campaign is the only one I run, but I am working on other projects, too. This past weekend I participated in NES-AAPT meeting (https://aapt-nes.org/). There I was advocating for providing to all New England high school students at least an algebra based physics course. The motto of the initiative is: "Physics course to Every Student! Physics into Every School!" The reason is simple: physics is uniquely positioned as a bridge between math and nature. In order to help graduates to be prepared to contemporary job market they need to take at least an algebra based physics course.
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