It is 8 am, do you know where your representative is?

The House Science and Tech Committee is learning about PRISM (Partnership for Reform in Science and Mathematics) and how the University System is working with K12 (using $35 million NSF dollars) to learn how to teach science better, to encourage students to stay interested in math, science and engineering.

There are two members of the committee present (Chair Amos Amerson, and Rep. Mary Margaret Oliver). 

Now, when the NASCAR cars show up, betcha you can find your representative then.

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