S&T graduates make the grade

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On July 29, 2015

Spencer Templeton, Phys’13, who teaches physics and Project Lead The Way in the Ferguson-Florissant School District, and Andrew Lott, BSci’13, who teaches sciences and coaches at Newburg High School in Newburg, Mo., were named Outstanding Beginning Teachers by the Missouri Association for Colleges of Teacher Education.

Award selections were based on evaluations of outstanding graduates completed by their college or university, and recommendations from the school district that deemed the teachers as highly effective in their first two years in the classroom.

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