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What are your favorite books?

pgEd is getting ready to update our “Book Corner” in early 2018, ¬†and we are always looking for suggestions of your favorite reads, things that have been useful in your classroom, and books you […]

Sickle cell disease and genetic engineering: Mini-Lesson from pgEd

Sickle cell disease (SCD) is a common genetic condition affecting people around the globe, primarily those with West or Central African ancestry (including many African-Americans and Latinos), as well as people of Middle Eastern, […]

pgEd working with Youth Enrichment Services (YES)

Written by Florcy Romero, pgEd’s¬†Curriculum and Professional Development Associate

As a part of our new initiative to expand awareness of genetics in various communities, pgEd teamed up with the incredible youth at Youth Enrichment Services […]

pgEd awarded grant from DuPont to support new community-centered initiative

pgEd is grateful to DuPont for their contribution of $25,000 to support pgEd’s launch of an outpost in Fields Corner (the Dorchester neighborhood of Boston) in September. This new community-centered initiative is being headed […]

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