California’s New Science Standards Discussed at Teachers Summit
Aug. 1, 2016
More than 13,000 teachers took part in the “Better Together: California Teachers Summit,” a statwide event recently hosted at Cal State Fullerton that highlighted how teachers are sharing best practices and working through changes in approaches to instruction.
Continue reading a KPCC article and on-air segment about the push in California public schools to roll out the Next Generation Science Standards, a topic addressed by summit participants. Among those interviewed: Mark Ellis, professor of secondary education, and Janet English, a local teacher who delivered an EdTalk during the summit to attendees gathered at the CSUF Irvine Campus.