Conference Recognizes Most Influential STEM Educators

In order to remain competitive globally, national policy makers, professional educators and world leaders are always turning to math, science and technology to see what innovations are arising.

The University of Texas at Austin's College of Education has been recognized as one of the top-ranked education schools in the U.S. for programs such as UTeach, the Center for STEM Education and the Texas Regional Collaborative (TRC).

For the past 21 years, the University of Texas at Austin's Texas Regional Collaborative has been providing more in-depth education to science, technology, engineer and math (STEM) secondary teachers by offering more classes focused on analysis, exploration and excellence in professional development.

The Texas Regional Collaborative for Excellence in Science and Mathematics Teaching annual conference begins today which brings STEM educators and instructors together to share what they believe are the most influential practices and strategies for improving STEM education. STEM educators who have been recognized for their exceptional work will be honored during the conference and have the opportunity to meet with the TRC’s corporate, higher education, state, federal and community associates.

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