Baltimore science teacher wins $30,000 in CIA contest

THANK YOU SO MUCH. HEY A SPECIAL TEACHER IN THE NORTHEAST. BALTIMORE HAS MUCH MORE. MONEY TO SPEND ON HIS STUDENTS TONIGHT ALL THANKS TO THE CIA TODAY THE AGENCY AWARDED $30,000 TO SCOTT HARTMAN A 6TH GRADE SCIENCE TEACHER AT HAMTOILN ELEMTAENRY MIDDLE SCHOOL. MONEY IS POSSIBLE BY AGENCY MISSION. MAKERSPACE TURBE NATION COMPETITION FOR SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY ENGINEERING ARTS AND MATHEMATICS TEACHING IN PUBLIC SCHOOL CLASSROOMS ACROSS THE COUNTRY. THIS IS A GROWTH OPPORTUNITY. HARTMAN SAYS COULD NOT HAVE A BETTER TIME. OKAY, THISORD W WILL CHANGE OUR SCHOOL. JUST BEYOND EXCITED. IT COMES AT SUCH A GREAT TIME. I THINK COMING OUT OF THE PANDEMIC AND IT’S JUST GOING IT WILL CHANGE THE WAY WE TEACH. WOW, BECAUSE THE MONEY WILL BE USED TO EQUIP HARTMAN’S CLASSROOM WITH THE LATEST EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGIES

Baltimore science teacher wins $30,000 for new technology in CIA competition

Tuesday marked a day of excitement for students and a special teacher in northeast Baltimore. to improve science, technology, engineering, arts and math education in public school classrooms across the country. It’s a growth opportunity that Hartman says couldn’t have come at a better time. beyond excitement. It comes at such a great time, I think, after the pandemic, and it’s just going to change the way we teach,” Hartman said. The funds will be used to equip Hartman’s classroom with the latest educational technology.

Tuesday marked a day of excitement for students and a special teacher in northeast Baltimore.

The Central Intelligence Agency awarded $30,000 to Scott Hartman, a sixth-grade science teacher at Hamilton Elementary/Middle School.

The money comes from the agency’s Mission Possible Makerspace Nation competition to improve science, technology, engineering, arts and math education in public school classrooms across the country.

It’s a growth opportunity that Hartman says couldn’t have come at a better time.

“This award is going to change our school. We’re just beyond excited. It comes at such a great time, I think, after the pandemic, and it’s just going to change the way we teach,” Hartman said.

The funds will be used to equip Hartman’s classroom with the latest educational technology.

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