Ramon Goings, Sherman STEM Teacher Scholars Program, has been recognized by Living Education eMagazine for his work to change the conversation about how people talk about and work with Black males, especially in the area of academic achievement. He was named one of 10 “Narrative Changers” for his work. Click here to read more.
“If you could make one change to improve science education in the United States, what would it be?” asked the New York Times in a special feature published Monday, September 2. Nineteen people answered the question, and among them were President Freeman Hrabowski and Mike Summers, HHMI Investigator and professor of chemistry and biochemistry. “We need to create opportunities to excite students about how math and science connect to real life,” said Hrabowski, adding that he would like to see more programs offering teachers the chance to apply their skills outside of the classroom. “A teacher who has worked summers… Continue Reading Freeman Hrabowski, Mike Summers Offer Ideas for Improving Science Education