From high-tech medicine to renewable energy to communication, science and technology are transforming the ways that we live and work. Changing workforce requirements mean that future U.S. workers will need sophisticated skills in science, mathematics, engineering and technology to succeed in the modern workplace. One way to address this issue is to increase the quality and level of science instruction that our students receive in school.
Friends of AEA fully funds a part-time Science Education Coordinator who teaches hands-on, inquiry based science lessons for K-5 based on the California Standards and IB units.
For more information, please email Holly Garrett.