STEM: Building in More Time Today for a Stronger Workforce of Tomorrow
Over the last 10 years, there has been a narrowing of the curriculum and many schools have cut time for science and other subjects, to allow additional time for math and English. This panel featured the best practices of expanded-time schools that have prioritized science education to better prepare students for today’s global economy.
Sarah Chapin, Matthew J. Kuss Middle School, Fall River, MA
Sean Davenport, Thurgood Marshall Academy Lower School, Harlem, NY
Bill Kurtz, Denver School of Science and Technology
Gov. Roy Romer, College Board
Penny Noyce, Noyce Foundation