“We should never keep what we do well a secret,” he said. “The ultimate goal for me is whatever we can do to help people be better educators we should help them.”
Reynolds asked if this strategy will work with lower levels. Golden said innovation classrooms can impact all students, K through 12.
The practices were so advanced that Reynolds said she’s going to point more educators in Clinton’s direction.
“Clinton was way ahead of us,” she said. “When I can visit places like Clinton, I take it back to the STEM council, talk about what they’re doing, highlight it, and encourage other school districts to encourage their students to do this across the state.”