April 18, 2018

JP’s JFK STEM Innovation School’s Pilot Program Honored at Urban Education Showcase

The April 18, 2018 Jamaica Plain News article, “JP’s JFK STEM Innovation School’s Pilot Program Honored by Non-Profit EdVestors”, shares about the John F. Kennedy STEM Innovation School’s pilot program presented at EdVestors’ 16th annual Showcase. From the article:

The John F. Kennedy STEM Innovation School shared results of its pilot program, Engineering Design in Literacy, that integrates the Engineering Design Process into their literacy curriculum, according to a press release. Through the program students design solutions and create functioning prototypes to address challenges faced by characters in the books they are reading. The pilot program includes a partnership with Tufts University’s Novel Engineering program, teachers and students to create solutions found in fiction and non-fiction books.

Read the full article here and learn more about the School Solutions Seed Fund here.