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No Child Left Behind - Title II B Mathematics and Science Partnerships

 

 

FY 2014 RFP

 

FY12 Phase II RFP in RTF

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Phase II MSP Questions in DOC

Mathematics and Science Partnerships Grant FAQ’s in DOC

Mathematics and Science Partnerships Program Highlights in PDF

 

Program Overview


The U.S. Department of Education's Mathematics and Science Partnerships (MSP) Program is administered by the Academic Improvement and Teacher Quality Program in the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education under the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001, Title II, Part B. The MSP supports partnerships between STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) faculty of institutions of higher education and high-need school districts. Other partners may include state education agencies, public charter schools or other public schools, businesses, and nonprofit or for-profit organizations concerned with mathematics and science education. The program is intended to increase the academic achievement of students in mathematics and science by enhancing the content knowledge and teaching skills of classroom teachers.

The Math and Science Partnerships Program is a formula grant program to the states, with the size of individual state awards based on student population and poverty rates. No State receives less than one half of one percent of the total appropriation. With these funds, each State is responsible for administering a competititve grant competition, in which grants are made to partnerships to improve teacher knowledge in STEM fields. The State monitors their grantees' progress, and documents their effectiveness, working with the U.S. Department of Education. All MSP projects funded by the states report to the federal government on an annual basis information on their impact on increasing teachers' content knowledge and student learning.

For more information, visit http://ed-msp.net/.   

 

Projects funded in 2010-2011


Abstracts


Projects funded in 2011-2012


Abstracts

 

 

ESEA Title II Coordinator: Margaret (Meghan) Southworth
23 State House Station
Augusta, ME  04333-0023
Phone:  207-624-6723
FAX:  207-624-6706
e-mail: Margaret.Southworth@Maine.Gov

 

4/26/13