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Speaking from years of experience, Gerri Hayes talks about planning TAH-grant-supported professional development courses for high school educators. [...] »

Invite teachers in through the choice of project model and venue. [...] »

Passionate project directors can spell the difference between successful and so-so programs. [...] »

Three years to spend nearly a million dollars [. . . ]. What could go wrong? [...] »

Opening lines of communication at the state or regional level encourages the sharing of best practices, offers support to TAH directors new and old, and strengthens the overall TAH community . . . [...] »

 
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