New Program Recognizes Exemplary Efforts in SMET Education
AbstractIn the first competitive cycle of a new recognition program, the Corporate and Foundation Alliance (CFA) has identified five exemplary efforts that are improving the teaching and learning of science, mathematics, engineering, and technology (SMET). All five projects selected for recognition in 2000 exhibit a plan for institutional or systemic change at the undergraduate level.
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