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Project SING has made the QU and UNH newspapers!

“We want to challenge teachers to expand their content knowledge while helping them to understand that there is a national shift in the way we engage students in learning science with the Next Generation Science Standards,” said Cindy Kern, visiting assistant professor of education and director of the Bristol-Myers Squibb Center for Science Teaching and Learning at Quinnipiac. “It is a brave new world in science education, and we are here to help beginning teachers, their mentors and their administrator through this transformation change.” – See more at:  Quinnipiac and University of New Haven receive Teacher Quality Partnership grant

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