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The Teachers and Engineers for Academic Achievement (TEAACH) internship program in Illinois is a two-day initiative to help equip teachers with the tools they need to integrate real-world science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) into their classroom instruction. This year, the TEAACH program will be offered July 19-20 at Northrop Grumman's facility in Rolling Meadows, Ill. Teachers will receive a $250 stipend for the two-day session and an opportunity for in-service credits. A maximum of 25 teachers will be accepted. Middle school math and science teachers are encouraged to apply for the program.
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