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NASA Grant Enables Texas State to Expand STEM Teacher Training

Thanks to a $15 million grant from NASA, Texas State University will be able to fund five-year experiential learning models to train future teachers in best practices for science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) instruction.

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Thanks to a $15 million grant from NASA, Texas State University will be able to fund five-year experiential learning models to train future teachers in best practices for science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) instruction. The grant will give the colleges of Education and Science and Engineering access to NASA’s technical innovations and support vital research in STEM educator professional development. (San Antonio Business Journal)

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