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Virtual Conference on the Future of Science Education, February 2

Don't miss what's sure to be a fascinating discussion on where STEM education is heading.  An interactive virtual conference on the topic is scheduled for Thursday, February 2 at 7:00pm ET. The event will examine the broad set of issues facing STEM education, as well as solutions such as project-based learning models that are fostering engagement and interest in STEM subjects. Speakers include business leaders, teachers and administrators from U.S. public high schools, prominent education journalists, researchers and advocates for education reform. Featured participants include: Andrew Liveris, Chairman and CEO of Dow, Mary Ann Rankin, CEO of the National Math and Science Initiative, Linda Rosen, CEO of Change the Equation, Subra Suresh, director of the National Science Foundation and Francis Eberle, executive director of the National Science Teachers Association. During the 30-minute online conference, which is open to all at, participants will have the opportunity to engage in an online discussion and live question and answer session with many of the speakers via digital and social media channels. Leading up to the event, visitors can preview a trailer describing the conference as well as see a full listing of conference speakers. Via

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