Posted Wednesday, April 16, 2008
A recent study found that the U.S. was ranked near the bottom of other industrialized nations in math and science education. To better understand the significance of this alarming discovery, we’ll look closer to home and examine the solutions and programs being presented in Northeast Ohio to better prepare our young people to compete in a global economy.
During this special hour, hosts Dan Moulthrop, Rick Jackson and Dan Bobkoff, along with a panel of experts, will examine a range of possibilities to improve our state’s education in these areas. They will also take a look at an education initiative gaining momentum around the country, Partnership for 21st Century Skills with President Ken Kay as a guest speaker.
More information on the 21st Century Schools series
Funding for this episode of Ideas was provided by The George W. Codrington Charitable Foundation.