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ARCHIVED INFORMATION    Mathematics and Science  Partnerships Scientifically Based Research in  Mathematics Student Achievement and School Accountability Conference Denver, CO October 25, 2002
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The Math and Science Partnership (MSP) program  addresses a portion of the President’s challenge— enunciated in No Child Left Behind—to strengthen K-12  science and mathematics education.  The MSP program  promotes a vision of education as a continuum that  begins with our youngest learners and progresses  through adulthood.  The program supports partnerships  that unite K-12 schools, institutions of higher education  and other stakeholders in activities that ensure that no  child is left behind.   www.nsf.gov
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Math and Science Partnership Program  September 2002 Five-year national effort to unite the activities of  higher education institutions, K-12 school  systems and other partners in support of K-12  students and teachers.  In fiscal year 2003, the president's MSP budget  request amounts to $200 million for the National  Science Foundation and $12.5 million for the  Department of Education.
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NSF-ED Solicitations MATH-SCIENCE PARTNERSHIPS (MSP) COMPETITION http://www.nsf.gov/pubs/2002/nsf02190/nsf02190.htm Letter of Intent: December 2, 2002 Proposal due: January 7, 2003 (5:00 p.m. EST) WORKSHOPS http://www.nsf.gov/ehr SUMMER INSTITUTES COMPETITION To be announced CONTACT: Pat O’Connell Ross U.S. Department of Education 400 Maryland Ave. SW (5C152) Washington, DC 20202 Patricia.Ross@ed.gov
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Key Features – 2003 Competitions MSP projects will raise achievement of K-12 students in  mathematics and science by:  Stimulating partnerships  among K-12 teachers and administrators,  and higher education mathematics, science and engineering faculty;  Ensuring that K-12 students are prepared for, have access to, and  participate and succeed in challenging mathematics and science  courses;  Increasing the number, quality and diversity of K-12 teachers  of  mathematics and science; Making evidence-based contributions to the MSP Learning  Network  and the learning and teaching knowledge base so research  findings and successful strategies can be broadly disseminated to  improve educational practice; and  Stimulating well-documented, inclusive and coordinated  institutional change  in both colleges and universities, and in local  school districts to support improved student outcomes in mathematics  and science. 
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PARTNERSHIPS Core Partners Must Include: At least one K-12 local or regional school district (for ED- funded programs, must be high-need district); At least one higher education institution (arts and sciences faculty emphasized); and A State educational agency (required for ED-funded
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