The purpose of the New Hampshire Mathematics and Science Partnership (MSP) Program is to improve the content knowledge and teaching skills of cohort groups of mathematics and/or science teachers of grades K-12 in order to increase the achievement of their students. These improvement efforts are designed, implemented, and evaluated by strong partnerships between college and university faculty, high-need school systems, and other qualifying partners. This competitive grant program also intends to improve the standards-based instructional practices of science, technology/engineering, and mathematics (STEM) teachers.The NHDOE intends to fund MSP projects equitably and to distribute the projects across the state to the extent that submitted, qualified proposals allow. Proposals were due Friday, June 3, 2011.
Contact: Jennifer (Jiffi) Rainie, MSP Program Specialist, (603) 271-7450, Jennifer.Rainie@doe.nh.gov