P-TECH

Building on P-TECH’s Progress

Brooklyn’s Pathways in Technology Early College High School – the inaugural school of the P-TECH network – has delivered remarkable results just five years into its six-year grade 9 to 14 program. With open admissions (no testing), and a predominantly low-income, nonwhite student body, P-TECH is enabling young people from traditionally underserved communities to construct their own narrative for success.

President Barack Obama visits P-TECH

President Barack Obama visits P-TECH

A tri-sector partnership among the New York City Schools, The City University of New York (CUNY) and IBM, P-TECH combines rigorous academics with mentoring, paid internships and workplace learning to prepare graduates for college, career or both.

Download the report “P-TECH Shows Progress That We Need to Accelerate” for complete details on how the P-TECH model is setting the standard for career and technical education.

Rashid Ferrod Davis is the Founding Principal of Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) in Brooklyn, New York.

Related Resources:
P-TECH Shows Progress That We Need to Accelerate
City & State New York: The Brooklyn Borough 50 Profiles P-TECH Principal
Rashid Ferrod Davis
IBM P-TECH: Redefining Possibilities for a New Generation
P-TECH Intern Diving Head First Into Cognitive Computing
Visit P-TECH.org

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