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Institute strives for national STEM education network.(STEM NEWS: SCIENCE: TECHNOLOGY: ENGINEERING: MATHEMATICS): An article from: National Defense [HTML] [Digital]

Cynthia D. Miller

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The challenge in creating change brings to mind the old adage, "Which came first ... the chicken or the egg?"

The same holds true in creating our next generation of scientists and engineers. What should be created first? New teaching techniques that make these disciplines more interesting to students? Or an entirely new educational infrastructure with exciting, hands on exposure to STEM-related careers?

Though there is no easy answer, it takes an individual who has classroom experience, vision for the future and sheer determination to find it. Such is the case with Jan Morrison's evolution from science and math teacher, to high school principal, to co-founder and executive director of the Teaching Institute for Excellence in STEM (TIES).


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