5 more universities will offer program to recruit STEM teachers

02/6/2014 | T.H.E. Journal

Five more universities will be part of a program to recruit students studying science, technology, engineering and math to become secondary-school teachers. A $22.5 million grant from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute is being used to bring the National Math and Science Initiative's UTeach program to schools, including Oklahoma State University and Drexel University. "By increasing access to the proven UTeach model, we're helping create a STEM pipeline of highly skilled teachers," Sara Martinez Tucker, CEO of NMSI, said.

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