Appalachian Math-Science Partnership

Marshall University



The Appalachian Math-Science Partnership at Marshall University is a collaboration with the June Harless Center for Rural Educational Research and Evaluation in the College of Education and Human Services at Marshall University and the Marshall University College of Science. The Appalachian Path-Science Partnership is funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation through the University of Kentucky's Partnership Institute for Mathematics and Science Education Reform (PIMSER).

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The AMSP-MU project partners with the following school districts:

Braxton County Schools

Cabell County Schools

Mason County Schools

Mingo County Schools

Wayne County Schools

For each year of the project, the district leadership team in the county school districts develop a Partnership Enhancement Plan (PEP) that describes the partnership between outreach faculty from Marshall University and the school district.


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