The first day of summer was also the first day of the Beaufort County School District's Summer Institute. More than 900 teachers, both from the district and from other areas, are participating in three days of professional development workshops, many of which focus on STEM education -- science, technology, engineering and math. Here, district superintendent Valerie Truesdale addresses the institute's opening general session in the Battery Creek High School auditorium on Wednesday morning.
The first day of summer was also the first day of the Beaufort County School District's Summer Institute. More than 900 teachers, both from the district and from other areas, are participating in three days of professional development workshops, many of which focus on STEM education -- science, technology, engineering and math. Here, district superintendent Valerie Truesdale addresses the institute's opening general session in the Battery Creek High School auditorium on Wednesday morning. Jay Karr
The first day of summer was also the first day of the Beaufort County School District's Summer Institute. More than 900 teachers, both from the district and from other areas, are participating in three days of professional development workshops, many of which focus on STEM education -- science, technology, engineering and math. Here, district superintendent Valerie Truesdale addresses the institute's opening general session in the Battery Creek High School auditorium on Wednesday morning. Jay Karr

Teachers go to school at district's Summer Institute

June 20, 2012 07:59 PM

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