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Press Release 14-030
President Obama honors exemplary math and science teachers

Awardees from around the country come to Washington, D.C., for recognition events

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President Barack Obama with PAEMST Awardees at the White House

President Barack Obama meets with winners of the Presidential award for excellence in math and science teaching, in the East Room of the White House, March 3, 2014.

Credit: Official White House Photo by Pete Souza


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A group of elementary teachers recognized in the 2012 Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching describe their passion for teaching and the way they share their excitement for math and science with young children. Shown are Nancy Bourne, Jupiter , Fla.; Elizabeth Heidemann, Cushing, Maine; Kent Page, San Antonio, Texas; Jessica Findlay, Douglass, Mass.; and Timothy Emhoff, Indian Head, Md.

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