Texas Instruments Foundation recognizes Preston Hollow teachers

The Texas Instruments Foundation presented its Innovations in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Teaching Awards Sept. 11 to 12 DISD teachers and two of them teach at Preston Hollow schools.

The awards honor secondary math and science teachers that build student achievement in the STEM subjects, a problem area for many students. Each honoree received $10,000, half for personal use and the other half for professional development or instructional technology.

The recipients are:

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