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MSP Partners

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 | Download MSP Brochure (NSF 05-069) as a PDF

Funded partnerships bring together about 150 institutions of higher education with some 450 K-12 school districts and a host of other stakeholders. Corporate and business partners include Pfizer, Inc.; Ford Motor Company; Texas Instruments, Inc.; Xerox Corporation; GlaxoSmithKline; Progress Energy; International Business Machines Corporation; Merck & Company, Inc.; Synopsys, Inc.; Agilent Technologies; and Intel Corporation.

Math and Science Partnership (MSP) Program
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“Responsibility for preparing our children, and indeed our country, to thrive in the 21st century world extends far beyond the classroom. We know that we must ensure that America’s children are well prepared for the scientific and technological opportunities and challenges of the future.

With an eye on the future, the Math and Science Partnership Program concentrates the power and expertise of higher education institutions, K-12 school systems, and businesses across the country in a research and development effort to improve our students’ mathematics and science achievement.”

– Dr. Arden L. Bement, Director, National Science Foundation

NSF 05-069

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