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Press Release 07-007
National Science Foundation Issues Impact Report on Math and Science Partnership Program

Program shows improvements in student proficiency in mathematics and science

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The MSP program is dedicated to improving teachers' knowledge about how students learn.

The Math and Science Partnership program is dedicated to improving teachers' knowledge about how students learn.

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Cove of the report on the impact of the NSF Math and Science Partnership program.

NSF releases a report showing the impact of its Math and Science Partnership program.

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Students impacted by the MSP program are showing proficiency improvements.

Students impacted by NSF's Math and Science Partnership program are showing proficiency improvements.

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