Wright Center for Science Education records, 1992-1994
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0.50 cubic ft.
The Wright Center for Science Education began in 1992 under the full time leadership of director Dr. Eric J. Chaisson. It operated a number of programs including sponsoring fellowships, seminars, workshops, and creating educational products designed to aid secondary school science teachers in teaching science. The fellowship program supported innovative secondary school teachers for a one year sabbatical at Tufts to develop ways to share their curricula. The Center ceased association with Tufts University in 2011.
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