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Mathematics and Science Education U.S. Department of Education
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Mathematics and Science Partnerships: Summary of the FY2007 Annual Reports U.S. Department of Education
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Conceptual Model of Mathematics and Science Partnerships Program Develop partnership of high-need school districts and an IHE’s science, technology, engineering, mathematics faculty Develop partnership of high-need school districts and an IHE’s science, technology, engineering, mathematics faculty Improve classroom instruction Improve classroom instruction Provide professional development to strengthen teachers’ content knowledge Provide professional development to strengthen teachers’ content knowledge Improve student achievement in mathematics and science Improve student achievement in mathematics and science
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Mathematics and Science Partnerships at a Glance Almost 60,000 teachers participated nationwide. Over 4,000 IHE faculty participated in ED MSP projects. Approximately 5,200 organizations partnered to form 575 projects across the country. Enhanced the quality of classroom instruction for nearly 2.5 million students.
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MSP Funding FY 2007 ED MSP provided $182 million dollars through a formula to the states. State received awards ranging from $906,246 to over $23.6 million dollars. Projects received awards ranging from $24,000 to 3.6 million. Project Budgets from State MSP Grants, FY 2006 Project budgets FY 2007 Percent of projects $100,000 or less 9% $100,001 to $200,000 43% $200,001 to $500,000 26% $500,001 to $1,000,000 18% $1,000,001 or more 4% Did not report 0% Total 100%
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Characteristics of MSP Projects 56% led by LEAs 32% led by IHEs 16% led by “Other” The medium number of teachers served per project was 54. (Range from 2 to 1,540) An average of 7 IHE faculty participated per project.
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Profession Development MSP projects reported using one of two main models for providing professional development for teachers: 1.
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