Tag: Teri Quinn Gray
August 1, 2013
August 1st, 2013Local News The News Journal Delaware STEM Council boosts technical education efforts In the past few weeks, Secretary of Education Mark Murphy has talked to kids who have spent their summer programming computers, building water filtration systems and saving tons of garbage from landfills through a composting process. These, Murphy says, are...
July 22, 2013
July 22nd, 2013Local News The News Journal Delaware right to study choices of students An editorial Here’s a statistic that no Delawarean should ignore if they care about the state’s work force - 37 percent of the state’s adults have no college degree. Yet by 2018, 59 percent of jobs will require college-level academic accreditation. It doesn’t help that...
June 10, 2013
Early Childhood Education, Policy and Practice
June 10th, 2013Local News The News Journal STEM model takes root at Concord High School As state education and business leaders try to coax more women and minorities into the fields of science, technology, engineering and math, many are pointing to Concord High School’s Advanced Placement program as a model. The school recently received a grant from the...
May 28, 2013
May 28th, 2013Local News WDDE Governor’s council offers update on STEM progress in Delaware schools Governor Jack Markell’s STEM Council releases its second annual report on efforts to get more students to pursue careers in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math Tuesday. STEM Council co-chair Teri Quinn Gray, a chemist for DuPont, says one...