From today's Rocky Mountain News:
"$5 million in grants has been awarded to 2001 Nobel Prize Winner and CU professor Carl Wieman to help transform how college students learn science. The project will expand efforts now taking place where professors explore fewer topics, but in much more depth; get students collaborating in small groups; measure real-time understanding of ideas through infrared "clicker" quizzes; and assign homework that requires conceptual explanations. 'My goal is to do it worldwide, but you gotta start somewhere,' Wieman said."
Hmm, sounds familiar. I guess the Nobel Prize winner has college covered, it's up to us to transform high schools worldwide. Who's with me?