Union City: Innovation Exchange - Exploring the Portability of Systemic Reform
2001 to 2003

This project built on the success of two NSF-funded, technology-anchored curriculum reform efforts: the work of New Jersey's Union City Schools with CCT, as well as the work of the Center for Learning Technologies (LeTUS) and the Center for Highly Interactive Computing in Education (hi-ce) group at the University of Michigan.

Through a National Science Foundation IERI planning grant, the four institutions explored how innovative and effective models of technology-anchored teaching and learning can transfer across other contexts and how teachers, administrators, and researchers can collaborate to support, sustain, and gain knowledge from such endeavors.

Our goal was to construct a grounded and responsive long-term research agenda that effectively capture the complex process of change.


Margaret Honey (PI)
Daniel Light