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Grading The IQ Test - Does MENSA Membership Make A Difference?

David Hyde
06/19/2012 at 12:00 p.m.

Wash. Lawmaker Says Discover Pass For State Parks Should Be Temporary: The current plan to fund state parks calls for a shift away from state dollars to funding from sales of the Discover Pass. But state representative Larry Seaquist disagrees. Correspondent Austin Jenkins has more.

Tsunami Debris That Washes Ashore Tested For Radiation: Oregon State Parks managers have two new Geiger counters to scan possible tsunami debris that floats in from Japan. On the Washington coast, state health department scientists are now regularly checking marine debris and fish for possible radiation from last year's Japanese nuclear meltdown. Correspondent Tom Banse has the story.

Supreme Court Rules Feds Must Pay Up On Contracts With Tribes: The federal government often contracts with Native American tribes for projects and services. But often, the government's payments come up short. Now the Supreme Court has ruled that the government must make up the difference. Correspondent Jessica Robinson reports.

How Useful Is An IQ Test? Measuring intelligence through a formal IQ test has fallen out of favor in many public schools. But some private schools still require IQ testing. What does the latest research on IQ testing reveal?


Nancy Hertzog is the director of the University of Washington Robinson Center for Young Scholars.

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