There has been a marked increase in green slime, exploding volcanoes, and rockets blasting off in the Madison public schools over the past few years, thanks to the hard work of Dolly Ledin at UW–Madison’s Institute for Biology Education. Her efforts in establishing afterschool science clubs and Family Science Nights have earned her the Madison Metropolitan School District’s 2011 Community Support Award. This annual award is given to a civic group, organization or agency for outstanding cooperation with MSCR (Madison School and Community Recreation) and its programs.
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