Kettlewell (vice chancellor for preschool-college initiatives, University System of Georgia) and Henry (senior vice president for academic affairs, Georgia State U.), together the principal investigator and co-principal investigator of the Partnership for Reform In Science and Mathematics (PRISM) research, development, and implementation program of the National Science Foundation, present ten articles describing actions that can be taken by K-12 teachers and administrators, higher education faculty and administrators, and state policy makers for increasing the competitive advantage of the United States in science and mathematics. Annotation c2009 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Janet S. Kettlewell, vice chancellor for PreschoolDCollege (PD16) Initiatives for the University System of Georgia, serves as principal investigator of the Partnership for Reform in Science and Mathematics. Ronald J. Henry physicist, provost, and senior vice president for academic affairs at Georgia State University, serves as co-principal investigator of the Partnership for Reform In Science and Mathematics.