The Mathematics and Science Partnership Program discretionary grant is intended to increase the academic achievement of students in mathematics and science by enhancing the content knowledge and teaching skills of classroom teachers. Partnerships between high-need school districts and the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) faculty in institutions of higher education are at the core of these improvement efforts. Other partners may include state education agencies, public charter schools or other public schools, businesses, and nonprofit or for-profit organizations concerned with mathematics and science education.
DPI will award subgrants, on a competitive basis, to eligible partnerships that must include at least one high-need LEA and an Institution of Higher Education.
A high-need LEA is any district where mathematics or science student proficiency scores do not exceed 65%, based on disaggregated 2012/13 WKCE scores, and where there is no currently active Title II, Part B grant, in the same content area, and one of the following:
|Summary for Current Year|
|Amount of Funds Available||$1,939,233.00|
|Request for Proposal||Mathematics and Science Partnerships Grant|
|Application Due Date||May 22, 2015|
|To Apply||Coming Soon|
|High Need LEAs||High Need LEAs 2015/16|
|USDE Project Profile||USDE Annual Performance Reporting Online System|
Each spring, the Department of Public Instruction (DPI) hosts a Mathematics and Science Partnership (MSP) meeting. MSP grant recipients are required to attend. Those interested in applying for the MSP Grant are also encouraged to attend to learn more about the program and application process.
|Mathematics & Science Partnership Conference – Year 2015|
|Date||April 7, 2015|
|Location||Wilderness Hotel, Wisconsin Dells|
Conference booklets from previous years:
Below is the list of links to information on grant awards for each year.