More than half of parents and teachers believe that schools are not adequately preparing students for today's jobs, concludes a survey by Project Tomorrow.
The Irvine, Calif.-based nonprofit education organization also found that engaging in real-world problem-solving, talking to professionals, and visiting places where science is used were the top ways students wanted to learn about science. The study surveyed 270,000 students, parents, and teachers nationwide.
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- Superintendent of Schools
- Easton, Redding & Region 9 School Districts, Easton, CT
- High School Director at KIPP Delta Public Schools
- On-Ramps, Blytheville, AR
- Superintendent, Fayetteville-Manlius Central School District
- Fayetteville-Manlius Central School District, Manlius, NY
- Program Officer, Teacher Development
- Knowles Science Teaching Foundation, Moorestown, NJ
- Claypit Hill Elementary School, Wayland, MA