Project: Center for Urban Science Education Reform (CUSER), Education Development Center

Authors: Mark St. John

Type: Report

Publication: May 1999

Critical Supports For Elementary Science Reform: The Top Ten Action Items For Superintendents (pdf, 7 pages)


This paper is a summary statement made by Mark St. John, given at the end of a meeting of urban district Superintendents regarding the reform of elementary science instruction. The meeting was sponsored by the Center for Urban Science Education Reform (CUSER) and Education Development Center (EDC), and held in Washington, D.C. on April 30, 1999.

Intended Audience

Superintendents of urban districts, Science-Technology-Engineering-Math (STEM) Education Leaders, Foundations, and general public.


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