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Randolph College institute helps plug science, math learning gap

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Posted: Saturday, June 23, 2012 7:00 am | Updated: 2:35 pm, Mon Feb 18, 2013.

Twenty local teachers huddled on Randolph College’s front lawn Friday morning to watch physics professor Peter Sheldon prep an air-propelled rocket for take off.

Attached to the rocket was an egg protected by a handmade capsule of paper and drinking straws. If the rocket was successful, it would return to Earth with the egg unharmed. If not, the teachers would have to brush up on their physics skills and redesign the capsule.

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