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Carl Wieman
Stanford Nobel laureate Carl Wieman is recognized for leadership in science education.
Sarah Levine (photo by Sofia Kukhar)
Sarah Levine's research is helping to devise better methods for instruction of interpretative reading.
Kindergarten teacher Marissa McGee with several students. (Photo by Elissa Nadworny/NPR)
Marissa McGee ’08, MA ’09, offers advice from her classroom via NPR's 50 great teachers website.
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