Helen Quinn, NRC Science Framework Committee Chair, leads off “Closing the Gap With the Leading Nations” invited session on Tuesday at Boston APS meeting

Stanford Physics Professor Emerita and NRC K-12 Science Framework Committee Chair Helen Quinn leads off a session of invited talks at 11:15 am on Tuesday at the APS March Meeting in Boston.  The session, titled “K-12 Science Education:  Closing the Gap with the Leading Nations,” also features George deBoer, who directs Project 2061 for the AAAS (talk title “The Globalization of Science Education”), Arthur Eisenkraft from UMass-Boston (“Physics for All – Yes, it’s Real Physics”), AAPT President-Elect Gay Stewart of the University of Arkansas (“An Introduction to the new AP Physics algebra-based program:  A new focus on best practices”), and Philip Sadler of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics (“The Role of Pre-College Preparation in College Physics Success”).

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