Science schools across Arizona make their debut

September 8, 2006

By hammersmith

[Source: Leslie Harris, Flinn Foundation] — This August, three new science-based schools around the state opened their doors. Spread out across Phoenix, Tucson, and Scottsdale, the schools’ methods, resources, and curriculum are as different as their locations. Nevertheless, their collective opening signals an important change in the state’s public education system — a new recognition of the need for smaller, more intensive math- and science-based programs and schools. [Note: To read the full article, click here.]