A synopsis of Kentucky Science Safety Data from the 2020 National Technology and Engineering Education Safety Survey
Factors That Have the Greatest Impact on Safety in Kentucky Technology & Engineering, CTE, and Makerspaces Courses
In this presentation Dr. Tyler Love, professor at Penn State – Harrisburg, and Dr. Ken Roy, discuss Kentucky’s results from the 2020 National Technology and Engineering Education Safety Survey that they conducted. Sections compare New Jersey to the national averages (e.g., having a written safety policy, Student Data Sheet availability, safety training upon initial hiring, annual training, instructional size area, proper ventilation). A discussion of the implications for school systems is also included in the presentation, as well as a set of recommendations.
Source: Safer Engineering and CTE Instruction: A National STEM Education Imperative, ITEEA.
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Suggested APA Citation:
Love, T. S., & Roy, K. R. (2022). Safer engineering and CTE instruction: A national STEM education imperative. What the data tells us. International Technology and Engineering Educators Association. https://www.iteea.org/SafetyReport.aspx
Note: The research presented in this publication was conducted in accordance with criteria approved by The Office for Research Protections at The Pennsylvania State University (Study ID: 00012283). ITEEA, the authors, and the reviewers do not assume liability for the accuracy of the information presented in this publication, and do not imply that methodologies outlined are the only applicable ones. Moreover, this book does not supersede legal safety standards.