Math Science Partnership Community of Practice Sees Large and Statistically Significant Increases in Multiple Areas

As part of a collaborative grant with the N.D. State College of Science, the SEEC engaged nearly 100 teachers and over 2,500 students through two cohorts of the Math Science Partnership (MSP) Community of Practice (COP) focusing on two main goals: Goal 1) Show an increase in the ability of students to demonstrate career-ready skills, and teacher use... Continue Reading →

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5 Years of Immense Progress Creates an “Infrastructure for Innovation”

In 2011-12 North Dakota schools had new standards for English Language Arts and Mathematics staring them in the face. These standards were developed to increase and enhance student learning to develop students into college and/or career ready individuals upon graduation. We needed to know if the leadership of our districts wanted to face this individually,... Continue Reading →

MOST Kids Play Scientists in LaMoure

--Story taken from LaMoure Chronicle-- Six MOST (Meaningful Out of School Time) kids and five parents parents participated in Family Fun Day, February 22, 2017. Kids with their parents split into three groups and pretended to be "Little Scientists." One group consisted of John Witchey, his mother, Ash Boos and stepfather, Josh Severson. Their activity... Continue Reading →

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