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Michigan State Launches Math-Science Institute

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Michigan State University is expanding its efforts to improve math and science education by creating a new research center. The Institute for Research on Mathematics and Science Education, announced last week, will bring together “top scholars” in science and education and facilitate projects to tackle student-learning challenges from kindergarten through college, according to a press release. Initial research will focus on math, biology, and physics in grades 7-12 and at the college level.

Vol. 30, Issue 10, Page 5

Published in Print: November 3, 2010, as Michigan State Launches Math-Science Institute
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