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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.

NSF 2016 Video Showcase
Advancing STEM for ALL

On May 17th - 23rd, 2016, more than 150 projects will showcase three-minute videos of their innovative work broadening participation and access to STEM. We invite you to view the videos, join the discussion online, and vote for your favorites.

New MSP Paper

External Feedback for Educational Research: What Should We Ask?," John T. Sutton, Arlene Mitchell, Catherine Callow-Heusser, Michael J. Culbertson, Emma Espel, Jennifer Weston-Sementelli, Technical Evaluation Assistance in Mathematics and Science (TEAMS) MSP, April 2016.


The MSP Library contains over 2,000 articles of interest to leaders engaged in science and mathematics reform. Browse the Library

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One Hundred Years of Research Prudent Aspirations, Gene V. Glass, Education Researcher. March 2016

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Research on Teaching and Teacher Education and Its Influences on Policy and Practice, Linda Darling-Hammond, Education Researcher. March 2016

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And Then There Is This Thing Called the Curriculum: Organization, Imagination, and Mind, Gloria Ladson-Billings, Education Researcher. March 2016

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100 Years of Curriculum History, Theory, and Research, Alan H. Schoenfeld, Education Researcher. March 2016

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New MSPnet Improved Site-Wide Search: Try it out and send feedback
Check out the new site-wide search located at the top of all webpages. Search for "computational thinking" or any other topic area of interest to you, and you will discover the large number of important resources on the site. You can try searching the entire site, or each area. Try searching the library with over 2,000 full text articles! We'd love to hear from you about your experience.
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