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Great new resource for STEM Teacher Leaders

Thanks to our friends at Kenan Fellows for passing this along ...

 

By Maria Salciccioli and Jessica Mislevy, SRI Education

Recently, expert practitioners in the field of STEM education — including Dr. Elaine Franklin, director, of the Kenan Fellows Program for Teacher Leadership — collaborated with researchers from SRI Education and Policy Studies Associates (PSA) on the development of an exciting resource for the U.S. Department of Education — a website that addresses promising practices and challenges for preparing teachers to become STEM teacher leaders.

STEM teacher leaders can play a crucial role in developing and delivering high-quality education to all students. They take on additional roles and responsibilities for improving STEM programming and supporting peers outside of their own classrooms. The Kenan Fellows Program for Teacher Leadership is the largest STEM-fellowship program for K–12 educators in North Carolina, and recognizes the critical need to develop and empower high-quality teacher leaders.

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