Big changes are afoot in how schools prepare students for the knowledge economy. Career and technical education are no longer a byword for tracking, and districts are exploring ways to make science and technology learning hands-on. Our panelists discuss the trends and challenges in preparing students for a meaningful place in the highly skilled workforce.
Speakers: Jim Stone III, National Research Center for Career and Technical Education, University of Louisville; Steve Rockenbach, Ernest S. McBride High School; Abraham Orozco, Heart of Los Angeles.
Recorded Feb. 22, 2014 at EWA’s seminar for reporters, STEM and Beyond: Strengthening the Skills of Students and Journalists.