1/17/2013

About 200 teachers in five Colorado school districts are getting special training in science, technology, engineering and math this year as part of an effort to bolster STEM education. One result of the program will be a new sequence of science classes, starting with physics in the ninth grade at Northglenn High School. "We really hadn't thought about having physics first, but it makes sense in order to start making a richer curriculum," science teacher and instructional leader Lori Egan said.

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