The Massachusetts Secretary of Education Paul Reville asked questions of students and teachers as he observed the STEM Early College High School program earlier today.
"This is one of the most important concepts in our Race to the Top efforts state wide and Marlborough High School has a distinguished reputation for working in these areas and we thought this would be a good place to see the early college high school program," said the secretary.
The program that focuses on integrated teaching of science, technology, engineering and mathematics is in its second year. There are currently 389 students at the middle and high school enrolled in the program. Reville praised the efforts at the school while on the tour.
Full coverage of the secretary's tour will be given tomorrow.
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