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The Math and Science Partnership Network


MSPnet is an electronic community that serves all educators interested in improving Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science. It supports the National Science Foundation STEM-C Partnership program which combines and advances the efforts of both the former Math and Science Partnership (MSP) and the former Computing Education for the 21st Century (CE21) programs.

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 also invited to make use of Project Spaces to collaborate with project staff and participants.

MSP SHOWCASE

ISEP Short Documentary
This nine minute video shows how the Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Partnership (ISEP) is transforming science education in Buffalo Public Schools.

MSPnet LIBRARY

This week we feature part two of a collection of articles from the New England Journal of Public Policy in which leaders in the field of education were asked to address the obstacles to education reform. Browse the Library

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School Reform in Canada and Florida: A Study of Contrast, Catherine S. Boehme, New England Journal of Public Policy. September 2014

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The Development and Design of the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics, Jason Zimba, New England Journal of Public Policy. September 2014

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Transforming Public Education: The Need for an Educational Justice Movement, Mark R. Warren, New England Journal of Public Policy. September 2014

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Getting to the Core and Evolving the Education Reform Movement to a System of Continuous Improvement, Fernando M. Reimers, Eleonora Villegas-Reimers, New England Journal of Public Policy. September 2014

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Massachusetts Schooling Matters: Good News, Contributing Factors, Challenges, Persistent Problems, Kathleen J. Skinner, Paul Toner, New England Journal of Public Policy. September 2014

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MSPnet BLOG
New MSPnet Blog Post: "Fast or good? or Who's in charge of ed tech innovation?"
Brian Drayton discusses his thoughts on Noel Enyedy's recent policy brief, "Personalized Instruction: New Interest, Old Rhetoric, Limited Results, And The Need For A New Direction For Computer-Mediated Learning." See More