Stem Cell Education Portal Landing
CIRM-NGSS Stem Cell Curriculum
In September 2013, the State of California adopted the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS), a national effort to transform K-12 science into an interdisciplinary, practical, real-world endeavor accessible to all students. The California Institute for Regenerative Medicine has created the first NGSS-based high school units that teach fundamental cell biology, organismal biology, and genetics concepts through the lens of stem cell research.
Stem Cell Education Portal
Welcome to the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine’s education portal, where you can download CIRM's stem cell education modules and learn more about stem cell research. This curriculum is referred to in Senate Bill 471 (Romero, Steinberg and Torlakson), the California Stem Cell and Biotechnology Education and Workforce Development Act of 2009, which was signed by Governor Schwarzenegger in 2009.
Learn about how CIRM-funded stem cell research could generate treatments for many chronic diseases and injuries.