HERO High student and a case for youth employment
AM New York | October 2016
The Community Service Society says all NYC high school students should be guaranteed a summer job.
BTECH Praised as a hidden gem
NY Post | September 2016
The six-year program at BTECH integrates high school and college experience within a CTE curriculum that offers plenty of practical experience.
President Obama Praises IBM PTECH Model
CSPAN | September 2015
President Obama praises the IBM PTECH model as a strong partnership between public schools, city colleges, and industry partners.
Tony Abbott Unveils Plan for Businesses to Help Fund Schools
The Guardian | October 14, 2014
Australian businesses may help fund and run new technical schools as part of an innovation plan, while industry-led “growth centres” will assist companies to become more competitive.
BTECH Welcomes Its First Freshmen
Queens Chronicle | September 4, 2014
With the primary goal of making graduates workplace ready, Business Technology Early College High School, or BTECH, will open its doors to its first students on September 4 in Martin Van Buren High School’s building in Queens Village.
The Reinvention of the American High School
National Journal | August 28, 2014
The reinvention of the American high school advanced another step on Wednesday when some 90 ninth-graders filed into their first classes at the new Norwalk Early College Academy in Norwalk, Conn.
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott Tours P-TECH School in Brooklyn
Daily News | June 11, 2014
Abbott visited the Pathways in Technology Early College High School on Wednesday to learn about its innovative programs. He said he was considering similar schools in Australia.
The School That Will Get You a Job
Time | February 13, 2014
A new kind of education shows why four years of high school isn’t enough.
New York State Plans Expansion of STEM Schools
Information Week | February 26, 2013
Governor Cuomo's budget proposal includes $4 million to establish 10 new Early College High School programs, similar to the IBM-backed P-TECH in New York City, aimed at preparation for high-tech jobs.
President Obama Praises CUNY’s P-TECH High School in State of the Union Speech
CUNY Newswire | February 13, 2013
As the utility that has the privilege of providing energy to the world’s greatest city, Con Edison knows the importance of developing a talented work force.