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Raytheon-EiE Teacher Scholarship Program

Raytheon-EiE Teacher Scholarship Program

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Raytheon-EiE Teacher Scholarship Program Elementary teachers and science specialists are invited to apply for the Raytheon-EiE Teacher Scholarship Program. Up to 20 recipients will be selected to receive a $3,000 scholarship to attend an Engineering is Elementary (EiE) Professional Development workshop created by the Museum of Science, Boston. This program is intended to encourage the inclusion of engineering and technology education in elementary classrooms by providing access to EiE workshops and materials. Teachers at disadvantaged, rural and inner city schools are especially encouraged to apply. Recipients will be notified of selection in early February 2013. To apply, see the Raytheon-EiE Teacher Scholarship Program application form.which is online. Applications must be postmarked no later than November 16, 2012.

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