CTL’s science sequence and program cited in best-selling book by philanthropist Carrie Morgridge

May 13, 2015

CoverIn a section of the best-selling book “Every Gift Matters”, written by Carrie Morgridge, VP of the Morgridge Family Foundation, Carrie Morgridge talks about her first meeting with Bob Goodman, CTL’s Executive Director and the Foundation’s support of CTL’s efforts in CO. “After sitting in on his presentation, I chased Bob down and begged him to come to Colorado. We had technology. The gap we had was that we needed physics teachers…”. Continue reading

White House Initiative on Education Excellence for African Americans Visits PSI Physics Classes in Trenton

May 7, 2015

unnamedThe national spotlight was on PSI Physics and the Trenton School District on May 6 when the National Education Association, New Jersey Education Association and the National Action Network brought the White House Initiative on Education Excellence for African Americans (WHIEEAA) to visit 9th grade physics classrooms in Trenton NJ and talk to students and educators. Continue reading

CTL announces a K-12 physics strand connecting NGSS and CCSS math, improving both

March 14, 2015

CTL’s Executive Director, Dr. Robert Goodman, presented the idea of creating a K-12 physics strand that connects the Next Generation Science Standards and Common Core State Standards for mathematics. Continue reading

CTL Executive Director presents challenges for New York City math and science at Columbia University seminar

March 11, 2015

Dr. Robert Goodman spoke at Columbia University’s seminar series on Knowledge, Technology, and Social Systems about the challenges facing New York City math and science. Continue reading

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