Funded by a five-year, $5 million grant from the National Science Foundation, the Math in the Middle Institute Partnership educates and supports teams of outstanding middle-level (grades 5-8) mathematics teachers to become leaders in their schools, districts and Educational Service Units.
Through their experience in Math in the Middle, teachers:
* build strong mathematics content knowledge
* study and practice the art of pedagogy
* develop the ability to conduct action research about their teaching practices
* cultivate leadership skills
* apply this knowledge and skill in their classrooms, schools and districts
With the focus of developing strong intellectual leaders, the Math in the Middle Institute Partnership (also referred to as M2 or M Squared) has partnered with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln Public Schools, ESUs and rural school districts.

Browse the Math in the Middle Institute Partnership Collections:

Action Research Projects

Dissertations (Math in the Middle)

MAT Exam Expository Papers

Math in the Middle Program Materials

Summative Projects for MA Degree