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High School Biotech Teacher Makes a Difference

G. Pascal Zachary's New York Times article about a high school science teacher, George Cachianes and his efforts to teach primary biotech research at Lincoln High School in San Francisco.
“We moved away from hands-on learning when we thought computers could simulate everything,” says G. Wayne Clough, president of the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta and a member of the National Science Foundation’s board. “Now we’re moving back to hands-on, and high school is a great place to begin.”
I applaud his efforts. Great article.