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Congrats to DHEDF Teacher Advisory Council Members Jenn Donais (2016 PAEMST Awardee K-6th, Massachusetts Mathematics) and Reggie Duncan (2016 PAEMST Awardee K-6th, Illinois Mathematics) for participating on a PAEMST Alumni Panel at the EASE (Excellence Awards in Science and Engineering )2022 Recognition Event in Washington DC the week of 23 May 2022 and for having been appointed as PAEMST Alumni Representatives for Massachusetts and Illinois, respectively. To learn more about the event and the awardees visit https://www.paemst.org/ and https://paesmem.net/
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