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Quinn uses nanotechnology summit to praise Wheeling High School

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Gov. Pat Quinn, left, thanks Wheeling High School Principal Lazaro Lopez for his work on incorporating STEM educations into the high school's curriculum.

Bill Zars | Staff Photographer

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Governor Pat Quinn speaks at the NANO Connect forum Tuesday at Wheeling High School.

Bill Zars | Staff Photographer

Governor Pat Quinn speaks at the NANO Connect forum Tuesday at Wheeling High School.

Bill Zars | Staff Photographer

Students and teachers listen to Gov. Pat Quinn at the NANO Connect forum Tuesday at Wheeling High School.

Bill Zars | Staff Photographer

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Wheeling High School is known regionally and nationally as a leader in STEM education, a fact Gov. Pat Quinn reinforced on Tuesday when he visited the suburban school and called it an "epicenter" for developing technology. "Nanotechnology is here to stay and in Illinois we want to be the leaders," said Quinn.
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    • Gov. Pat Quinn, left, thanks Wheeling High School Principal Lazaro Lopez for his work on incorporating STEM educations into the high school’s curriculum.
    •  Governor Pat Quinn speaks at the NANO Connect forum Tuesday at Wheeling High School.
    •  Governor Pat Quinn speaks at the NANO Connect forum Tuesday at Wheeling High School.
    •  Students and teachers listen to Gov. Pat Quinn at the NANO Connect forum Tuesday at Wheeling High School.
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