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The Gateway Project, established in 2005 by the National Center for Technological Literacy, assists school districts in developing a strategic plan of action to implement rigorous and engaging technology and engineering programs at all grade levels. This program, designed to guide systemic change, introduces educators to resources that support standards-based curricula and assessments.
Originating in Massachusetts, the Gateway Project has been replicated across the United States as a model to build leadership capacity for technological literacy. Currently, the Gateway community includes over 300 educational leaders representing 65 rural, suburban, and urban school districts. Gateway teams are comprised of K – 12 educators, curriculum directors, principals, and central office administrators who serve over 380,000 students in public, private, and charter schools.
We encourage school district teams to represent each grade level offered in the district—elementary, middle, and high school—and to invite an administrator such as a superintendent, department chair, or curriculum coordinator to participate. Typically, district teams consist of four to six team members, with secondary educators often having teaching experience in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) fields.
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