Announcements

Physics for All

January 27, 2015

PSI® Physics transformed a vocational high school in New Jersey, where all 9th-graders take physics, Advanced Placement Physics participation is 22 times the state average and passing is 24 times the state average. Hear from PSI founder Dr. Robert Goodman about what made this program so successful and how other schools can replicate these results. Continue reading

The New Wave of Physics Teachers

January 27, 2015

There is a critical shortage of Physics and Chemistry teachers state and nationwide. Supercharge your teaching career, learn exciting math and science content and how to teach it, and add in-demand endorsements to your teaching portfolio by becoming a certified physics and chemistry teacher. Continue reading

America’s STEM Solution

January 27, 2015

Physics is key to changing outcomes in math and science education. Find out how you can offer all students physics, putting them on a pathway to STEM careers. Continue reading

2014 NJEA Convention

November 4, 2014

CTL will be at the New Jersey Education Association Convention. Bob Goodman, Join CTL’s Executive Director on Thursday at 9:30am for “Opening Access to STEM Careers”, or participate in one of our other workshops throughout the convention. Continue reading

Job Posting: Graphic Design Intern

October 8, 2014

CTL is seeking talented Graphic Design Interns to work on its course materials. Continue reading

Trenton Central High Adopts PSI-PMI

May 12, 2014

Sometimes, when the challenges are sharpest, people rise to meet them with surprising clarity and powerful unity. That’s what has happened in Trenton, where leaders from the Trenton Education Association (TEA), the Superintendent, Trenton Central High and Dunn Middle Schools’ administrators, and the Trenton Board of Education, came together to bring the Progressive Science Initiative® (PSI®) and the Progressive Mathematics Initiative® (PMI®) to two Trenton schools. Continue reading

8th Grade Algebra-Based Physics Makes a Mark

May 12, 2014

At Roy W. Brown Middle School, advanced 8th grade students are succeeding in algebra-based physics courses. Four years ago, when the middle school offered its first single section of PSI® (Progressive Science Initiative®) physics, many students, parents and teachers worried that the material would be too challenging, especially because of the need for mastery of some algebra. Now, those fears are a thing of the past. Continue reading

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