Wired for Success
Internet, cell phones, Facebook and Twitter... it's clear that technology plays a big role in many students' lives. But in many classrooms -- particularly in schools with limited resources -- teachers still rely on paper, pens, chalk and blackboards to teach. Howard University's Middle School of Mathematics and Science, or MS² ("M S Squared"), is a small public charter school in Washington DC where educators are integrating computers and interactive technology to capture students' attention in the classroom. Learn more as Neil deGrasse Tyson describes MS²'s history and innovative vision and practices to help improve math and science education.