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Open Source STEM Platform

Open Source STEM Platform

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I am writing as a project manager and recruiter for AcrossWorld Education. We are looking for educators to explore our LMS Education Bridge dedicated to STEM and open ed resources. I am asking for you to include this opportunity in your newsletter and/or discussion forums. Hi Everyone, I am recruiting educators to try out a new platform harnessing free, online STEM resources for high school students to use. The technology is designed by AcrossWorld Education and called Education Bridge. Specifically, I am looking for secondary educators in STEM who are technologically savvy, and get excited about innovation in education. Our website is here: http://www.acrossworld.com If interested, please email me at this account: cperrier@acrossworld.com The position carries a small stipend. I am happy to answer any questions or address any concerns. I thank you in advance for your time, attention, and consideration. Sincerely, Craig Perrier Project Director AcrossWorld Education 313 Congress Street, Suite 175 Boston, MA 02210 Direct Line: +1.203.524.5150 Facsimile: +1.617.925.9972 Email: cperrier@acrossworld.com http://www.acrossworld.com

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