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the Physics Teacher Education Coalition
A hallmark of success for a teacher preparation program is meaningful collaboration between universities and local school districts. A National Research Council's Center for Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Education publication recommends that universities and school districts form partnerships to "establish a comprehensive, integrated system of recruiting and advising people who are interested in teaching science, mathematics, and technology." PhysTEC suggests several ways to increase this mutual interest.
<a href="http://www.phystec.org/items/detail.cfm?ID=7000">Physics Teacher Education Coalition. Strategies for Collaboration with Local School Districts. College Park: Physics Teacher Education Coalition, 2008.</a>
Physics Teacher Education Coalition. Strategies for Collaboration with Local School Districts. College Park: Physics Teacher Education Coalition, 2008. http://phystec.org/components/collaboration/strategies-school.php (accessed 31 July 2015).
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