Teachers conduct experiments in zero-gravity situation

09/24/2009 | Detroit Free Press

A group of math and science teachers from the Midwest was part of the Weightless Flights of Discovery program, which allowed them to conduct experiments in zero gravity and use what they learned in their classroom lessons. "That enthusiasm will just rub off on the students," said Cheryl Horn, program manager for the Weightless Flights. "The bottom line is to encourage students to study math and science."

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