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The Rolla Daily News - Rolla, MO
  • Brewer Science contributes to hire computer teacher at Tanzania school

  • A generous contribution from Brewer Science, Inc., enabled Askinosie’s Chocolate University to hire its first and only computer teacher, Emmanuel Swallow, at the Mwaya Secondary School, in Tenede, Tanzania.
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  • A generous contribution from Brewer Science, Inc., enabled Askinosie’s Chocolate University to hire its first and only computer teacher, Emmanuel Swallow, at the Mwaya Secondary School, in Tenede, Tanzania.
    Askinosie’s Chocolate University is a global experimental learning program for students. Brewer Science has provided support to this program for three years.
    In addition to teaching computer skills, Swallow also teaches physics, math, biology and chemistry.
    “We are delighted to help this great Springfield company expand education opportunities in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math,” said Dr. Terry Brewer, founder and CEO of Brewer Science. “Chocolate University provides local students with an experience that has the potential to make a huge difference in their lives. We at Brewer Science are pleased to be a part of that experience by adding a STEM teacher to their classroom.”
    There are about 1,100 students who attend Mwaya Secondary School, but it has only 11 teachers.

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