High school students learn in college biotechnology labs

11/3/2008 | Arizona Daily Star (Tucson)

An Arizona high school science teacher matches her students with students at the University of Arizona who include the high-schoolers in lab research, giving them a hands-on application for what they learn in textbooks. "Some students who began working at UA as juniors and seniors in high school are now working in the same labs as juniors and seniors in college," said Margaret Wilch, an award-winning teacher at Tucson Magnet High School.

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