by Donna Barr, Mary Fleener and Jim Ottaviani
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In graphic novel format, tells the stories of women who have made major contributions to science and technology, including Marie Curie, Emmy Noether, Rosalind Franklin, and Barbara McClintock.
April 8, 2005 In Maryland, schools experiment with using comic books as learning tools. The program illustrates an ongoing debate: do teachers give students a challenge, or offer less difficult material that is more likely to spark their interest?
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