The National Research Council (NRC) has undertaken a three-phase project to explore the possibility of a program to attract science, mathematics and engineering PhDs to careers in K-12 education. The first phase of the project surveyed the interests of recent PhDs in science and mathematics in pursuing careers in secondary education. Analysis of the Phase I data suggests that a significant percentage of PhDs might be interested in pursuing careers in secondary education under some circumstances. This report from the second phase of the project presents a proposal for a national demonstration program to determine how one might prepare PhDs to be productive members of the K-12 education community. The proposed program is designed to help meet the needs of the nation's schools, while providing further career opportunities for recent PhDs in science, mathematics and engineering.
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|2 The Challenges of Education||10-16|
|3 From Grad School to Grade School||17-25|
|4 Proposed Demonstration Program||26-42|
|Appendix A Executive Summary: Attracting Science and Mathematics PhDs to Secondary School Education||49-62|
|Appendix B Agenda and Participants: Workshop on Attracting PhDs in Science and Mathematics to Careers in K-12 Education||63-71|
|Appendix C Nontraditional K-12 Teacher Preparation Programs||72-81|
|Appendix D Programs to Strenghten Connections Between Professions and K-12 Education||82-86|
|Appendix E Gallup Teacher Perceiver Instrument||87-88|
|Appendix F National Residency Matching Program||89-90|
|Appendix G Biographical Information on Committee Members||91-96|
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