Maryland task force recommends recruiting more STEM teachers

08/6/2009 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

A Maryland task force has a $72 million plan to recruit and train more science and math teachers and prepare more students for college-level work in those subjects. The report recommends creating new standards for science, technology, engineering and math teachers and hiring specialists who will work with younger students to prevent them from getting discouraged at an early age.

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