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The Math and Science Partnership Program at NSF - An Overview

The Math and Science Partnership Program at NSF - An Overview

MSP Goals, Structure, and Composition | MSP Partnerships State-by-State

MSP Research, Evaluation, & Technical Assistance Projects State-by-State

MSP Partners | NSF's MSP at a Glance

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The Math and Science Partnership program at NSF responds to a growing national concern — the educational performance of U.S. children in mathematics and science.

Through MSP, NSF awards competitive, merit-based grants to teams composed of institutions of higher education, local K-12 school systems, and their supporting partners.


These partnerships develop and implement pioneering ways of advancing mathematics and science education for students. They bring innovation, inspiration, support, and resources to educators and students in local schools, colleges, and universities.

Participating in MSP benefits the partner organizations as well. Active partners cultivate and enhance their own strengths as they contribute to their MSP teams. And, their efforts result in better prepared students, and, ultimately, a better prepared American workforce.

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