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UTeach is a program for the preparation of secondary science and mathematics teachers at The University of Texas at Austin. It is currently being replicated at universities across the United States with funding sources that include grants from the National Math and Science Initiative and state sources in Texas and Tennessee. This website discusses the design and implementation of the replication process.
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