In January 2002, the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB) became law. Title II, Part B of this legislation authorizes a Mathematics and Science Partnership (MSP) competitive grant program. The intent of this program is to encourage institutes of higher education, local school corporations, elementary schools and secondary schools to participate in professional development activities that increase the subject matter knowledge and teaching skills of mathematics and science teachers. Professional development activities must be sustained, intensive, classroom focused and aligned with state and local standards and mathematics and science curricula. These activities must result in a measurable improvement in student academic achievement in mathematics and science. In Indiana, these funds are used to improve and upgrade the status and stature of mathematics and science teaching and learning in grades K-12. To learn more about MSP, please click HERE.
2015-2016 Math and Science Partnership Program - Request for Proposals
Accepting Applications until December 11, 2015
Indiana’s goal for the 2015-16 MSP is to integrate Math and Science instruction in the classroom, improve and upgrade the status and stature of Math and Science education with an additional focus on relevant STEM Education, in Grades K–12. This grant is open to any local education agency partnered with an institution of higher education.
Request for Proposals are due to the Indiana Department of Education by December11, 2015 close of business. Grants will be awarded on a competitive basis in the following amounts:
- 20 – 39 Teacher Participants = $250,000 per 3 year cycle
- 40 – 59 Teacher Participants = $450,000 per 3 year cycle
- 60 – 80+ Teacher Participants = $650,000 per 3 year cycle
Click HERE to review the RFP.