Document Type

Presentation

Publication Date

4-2-2014

Abstract

The NOYCE Phase II project aimed “to increase the number of highly qualified STEM graduates entering the teaching profession, to prepare those teachers to be able to teach a wide range of urban students, and to build a continuum of teacher development for those teachers in their early teaching careers.” A report contained commendations and recommendations for the UMASS Boston TNY Program, based on analysis of data collected from the 2013 EOY survey that addressed the five NOYCE Phase II goals, and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Competency Standards for teachers.

Collaborators/Partners

Partners include: TechBoston Academy, Community Academy of Science and Health, Charlestown High School, Madison Park High, Excel High School, Eliot (K-8) School, McCormack Middle School, The Lee K-8 School, The Holmes Elementary School, The Eliot K-8 School, Roger Clap Innovation School, and Boston Arts Academy.

Community Engaged/Serving

Part of the UMass Boston Community-Engaged Teaching, Research, and Service Series. http://scholarworks.umb.edu/engage