District provides biotechnology lab training for science teachers

01/5/2010 | Washington Post, The

High-school science teachers in Maryland's Montgomery County receive training in biotechnology at the school district's DNA Resource Center, where teachers learn how to translate new research into classroom lessons and receive lab kits for their students. Funding comes through annual grants from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, and the center is planning to expand its courses to include middle-school science teachers.

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