NebraskaMATH is a $9.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation that will support a partnership among UNL, Lincoln Public Schools, Grand Island Public Schools, Papillion-La Vista Public Schools, the Omaha Public Schools and all 14 rural Educational Service Units. The partnership will work to educate and support students and teachers at critical junctures, with an overall goal of improving achievement in mathematics for all students and narrowing achievement gaps of at-risk populations. The grant will fund three new programs, (1) Primarily Math, an initiative for K-3 teachers, (2) Nebraska Algebra, an initiative for Algebra I teachers, and (3) New Teacher Network, an initiative for new secondary teachers of mathematics. In addition, NebraskaMATH will offer a Summer Institute supported by local funds to continue the program created by Math in the Middle.

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NebraskaMATH Year 1 Report December 2009