Triple Helix CEO Jason Bittner visited Chicopee Middle School today to promote the merits of a STEM education to students. It is a continuation of a tour of local CT & MA middle schools that Triple Helix started several years ago. The main emphasis of the presentation is on learning by doing and discovering [...]
Triple Helix CEO Jason Bittner presented the value of a STEM education to about 60 East Hartford Middle School students today. It is part of a tour of local CT middle and high schools that Triple Helix has done the past few years to promote a Triple Helix-developed program called Free Range Kids. Free [...]
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