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The Math and Science Partnership Network

MSPnet is an electronic community that serves NSF's MSP and STEM+C programs.
It welcomes all educators and researchers interested in improving Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and Computer Science.

The majority of resources generated by NSF projects are available to the public at large and we invite you to visit our library, join MSPnet Academy webinars and sign-up for our newsletter. Members of funded MSP, CE21 and STEM+C projects are encouraged to log-in and make use of Project Spaces for collaboration.

Join leaders in the MSP community as they present webinars on STEM teaching and learning, policy, and professional development.
This year, we will feature webinars on a variety of STEM topics from projects who participated in the 2017 STEM for ALL Video Showcase. Each webinar will include a Q and A session with attendees and will be followed by a two-week online discussion with the presenters. Announcements of each webinar will be forthcoming with instructions to RSVP.
More information and a tentative schedule


The MSP Library contains over 3,000 articles of interest to leaders engaged in science and mathematics reform Browse the Library

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A Kindergarten Teacher Like Me: The Role of Student-Teacher Race in Social-Emotional Development, Adam Wright, Michael A. Gottfried, et al., American Educational Research Journal. April 2017

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Teacher-Child Racial/Ethnic Match Within Pre-Kindergarten Classrooms and Children’s Early School Adjustment, Jason T. Downer, Priscilla Goble, et al., Early Childhood Research Quarterly. February 2016

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The Long-Run Impacts of Same-Race Teachers, Seth Gershenson, Constance A. Lindsay, et al., IZA Discussion Papers. March 2017

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MSPnet Announcement

MSPnet has asked Policy Studies Associates to conduct an external evaluation of MSPnet and its value to its members over the years. The suvey will go to approximately 1,000 members, so you may well see the link to the survey in your inbox this afternoon. As a user of the MSPnet website and/or newsletter, your input will help determine what has or has not been useful and how to craft web-based learning communities in the future. Your responses will be helpful, regardless of how often or deeply you have engaged with MSPnet. The survey will take approximately 8 minutes to fill out. Your responses are confidential, and no individual-level data will be shared outside the study team at Policy Studies Associates. Data will be reported in the aggregate and cleaned of identifying information.

If you have questions about the survey, please contact Derek Riley at Questions regarding MSPnet can be directed to