Client: Appalachian Mathematics and Science Partnership
Authors: Mark St. John, Kasi Allen, Becky Carroll, Heather Mitchell, Elizabeth Horsch, Laurie Lopez
With assistance of: Mike Howard, Laura Stokes, Dawn Robles
Publication: January 2008
The Appalachian Math Science Partnership: A Multi-State Umbrella Partnership Promoting Local Mathematics And Science Reform – CLOSE-UP PAPERS (pdf, 42 pages)
This document contains four brief reports that illuminate key strategies employed in the Appalachian Math Science Partnership (AMSP). They are intended to be read along with the main report, The Appalachian Math Science Partnership: A Multi-State Umbrella Partnership Promoting Local Mathematics And Science Reform.
The reports included in this document are:
I. The Regional Program Coordinators: Making Connections and Developing Local Leadership
II. Baseline Improvement Sites and the Program Improvement Review: Promoting School-wide Involvement in Math and Science Reform
III. The Partnership Enhancement Program: A Strategy for Supporting Locally Designed Partnerships
IV. Motivating Change in Institutions of Higher Education Through Collaboration with K-12 Partners
Science-Technology-Engineering-Math (STEM) Education Leaders, Teachers, District Administrators, and general public.
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