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December 2010
NSTA Reports!;Dec2010, Vol. 22 Issue 4, pG4
The article offers information related to science grant, award, competition and fellowship in the U.S. The National Teachers Hall of Fame honors outstanding teachers and promotes excellence in teaching and conserves the heritage of the teaching profession in the country. The Big Help grant program from Nickelodeon aims to inspire kids to care for the environment. The National Chemistry Olympiad program invites educators in the country to apply to serve as one of their mentors.


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