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Teacher Ambassadors
Curriculum Study Field Testers

Lafayette, New York

David Amidon

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Staten Island, New York

Felicia Giunta

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Bronx, New York

Deborah Reich

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Osage City, Kansas

Brock Baxter

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Troy, Michigan

Rebecca Brewer

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Dearborn, Michigan

Steven "Andy" Epton

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Darcie Ruby

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Clinton Township, Michigan

Chandler Missig

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Cincinnati, Ohio

Jennifer Broo

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Asheville, North Carolina

Jason Carter

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Indianapolis, Indiana

Jeremy Cook

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New Castle, Pennsylvania

Al Dorsch

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Wilmerding, Pennsylvania

Leslie Robbins

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Baltimore, Maryland

LaStelshia Speaks

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Katherine Hinkley-Jenkins

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Downers Grove, Illinois

Jeff Grant

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Newark, Illinois

Thomas Foss

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Minooka, Illinois

Amy Kelly

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Anaheim, California

Tom Freeman

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Columbia, Missouri

Ericca Thornhill

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Odessa, Texas

Allystair Jones

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Dallas, Texas

John Mead

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Round Rock, Texas

Jennifer Kaszuba

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Bowling Green, Kentucky

Mary Ellen Markham

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Amanda Staggs

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Jessica Newport

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Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Alex Swavely

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Piedmont, Oklahoma

Melissa Lau

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Norman, Oklahoma

Amelia Cook

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Midwest City, Oklahoma

Shelena Thomas

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Maurice, Louisiana

Blake Touchet

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Emmett, Idaho

Robin Wilson

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Santa Maria, California

Laura Branch

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Omaha, Nebraska

Dawn Fuelberth

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Sarasota, Florida

Angelee Gens

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West Point, Mississippi

Shatavia Harris

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Phoenix, Arizona

Melissa Mara

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Laurinburg, North Carolina

Xaviera McCrae

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Thornton, Colorado

Jason Stevens

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Pittsburg, New Hampshire

April Wallace

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Chattanooga, Tennessee

Matthew Allen

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Michael Lowry

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Karah Nazor

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Rochester, Minnesota

Laura Unterholnzer

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Janelle Milliken

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Cheryl Moertel

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49 Teacher Ambassadors and Curriculum Field Testers

25 States

3,641 Number of Students Reached

Science teachers help their students wrestle with critically important questions: What counts as evidence? What is fake and what is real? As we struggle as a society with the implications of unlimited access to information of uncertain provenance and unequal accuracy, the kind of critical thinking that a good science education provides has never been more important. Ann Reid
Executive Director, NCSE

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