My visit with the Florida Association of Science Supervisors: After I shared about Bay and Orange Counties, more districts told me they want to improve the preparation of their high school students for college STEM majors.

Several district science supervisors who want to improve the preparation of their high school students for college STEM majors talked with me after my plenary talk at yesterday morning’s session of the fall meeting of the Florida Association of Science Supervisors in St. Augustine. Those conversations left me optimistic about the prospects for the state’s students – including those who will find their way to my own college physics classroom someday.

My talk featured the tremendous progress made in Bay County – and the teachers, counselors and leaders behind that progress – and the efforts underway in Orange County.

A few of the slides from my talk are displayed below. You can also download the entire talk here:

From FASS President Jeremy Blinn via twitter.
From FASS President Jeremy Blinn (the guy in the glasses) via twitter
My view of the FASS audience from the podium.
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