Eight diverse teacher-coached High School Enterprise teams, each comprising up to 20 students (160 students total) participate in "virtual" companies that provide technical services and develop products intended for distribution through the marketplace.
Approximately 520,000 Florida high school student records from the Florida Department of Education administrative data and qualitative data from a subsample will be analyzed to determine the course-taking patterns, and career or college enrollment
One thousand high school students from around the world – with a focus on females and minorities - work in teams to create an innovative solution to address global climate change and to present their solution and its global business potential.
On Tuesday, September 8, 2009, The National Academy of Engineering and the National Research Council released a new report calling for improvements and expansion of K-12 Engineering Education. The report indicates that K-12 engineering education has the potential to improve student learning and achievement in science and mathematics, increase awareness about what engineers do and of engineering as a potential career, and boost students' technological literacy.
The report, written by Janice Cuny (U. of Oregon) and William Aspray (CRA), is the result of a workshop that was held in June, 2000. Workshop participants included long-time members of the CSE academic and research communities, social scientists engaged in relevant research, and directors of successful retention efforts. The report's goal is to provide departments with practical advice on recruitment and retention in the form of a set of specific recommendations.
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