Astrophysicist — and former city schoolkid — Neil deGrasse Tyson stopped by a scholarship foot stay in Manhattan on Tuesday to let teachers know, well, the sky’s the limit.
“I consider low about education. You make a better multitude if everybody learns,” Tyson, 58, told educators collected at Stuyvesant High School for the city’s three-day Summer STEM Institute. “Ideas have powers in them, in many cases some-more than the act of behaving a laboratory experiment.”
More than 800 teachers are attending the city’s third-annual science, technology, engineering and math institute.
“If you continue to sojourn extraordinary for the rest of your life, you’ll distant comparison other people,” the Bronx High School of Science grad said.
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