Eight Reasons to Send Your Child to a Six-Year High School
Looking for the fastest track your child can take to get into college and a better paying job? Consider letting them stay in high school for two more years to learn the skills that experts say open doors to a more prosperous career. This is the promise of BTECH, an innovative program launching this fall in New York City. It’s a unique public/private partnership between SAP, the New York City Department of Education, Queensborough Community College and the Early College Initiative at the City University of New York. These are the ten ways that its six-year high school curriculum, focused on science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM), is designed to give students a competitive edge.
Original source: Forbes