Project Lead The Way (PLTW) has been nationally recognized as one of just four high-quality STEM programs that are immediately scalable on a national level. Of the four programs selected, PLTW is the only in-school STEM curricular program for elementary, middle, and high school students and the only program offering a comprehensive professional development model for teachers. Change the Equation (CTEq) – a nonprofit, nonpartisan, CEO-led initiative that is mobilizing the business community to improve K-12 STEM learning in the United States – made the announcement via a press release Thursday. It is a significant honor for PLTW, which was already admitted to CTEq’s STEMworks database of high-quality STEM programs addressing the U.S. STEM skills shortage by consistently yielding positive outcomes for students.
Students in Marine biology will visit the Roundhouse Aquarium in Manhattan Beach, Oct.20, 2016, and explore first hand marine ecology.
Students attending this summit, put on by the California Medical Association, on Sept.16, 2016, will be able to attend presentations and participate in activities.
At the Hope Experiment, on Sept.14, 2016, students will learn first hand about the City of Hope’s expertise in biomedical research and innovations in science.