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McGraw-Hill Education's 2010 Science Symposium to examine critical K-12 issues -

Education materials publisher McGraw-Hill Education, US, has announced that its Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Learning Solutions Center is bringing together a group of top science educators at the University of Michigan-Dearborn for a two-day symposium. The event ‘2010 Science Symposium’ is scheduled for January 29-30, 2010.

The event will address some of the most important issues in K-12 science education including the power of technology in the classroom and how school districts can incorporate new and emerging technologies in their instruction. These issues, which are at the forefront of the Obama administration's Educate to Innovate STEM initiative, are part of McGraw-Hill Education's larger efforts to help increase students' interest and achievement in science and math, provide them with digital learning solutions and enhance their ability to compete in today's global economy.

Featured guest speakers include, among others, Dr. Richard H. Moyer, author and professor of science education and natural sciences at the University of Michigan, and Dr. JoAnne Vasquez, a member of the National Science Board and past president of the National Science Teachers Association.

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