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The Great Valley Math and Science Partnership

image for project The Great Valley Math and Science Partnership The Great Valley Math and Science Partnership is bringing together the largest 9-12 high school district in California with the local university to promote a common goal of improving math and science education and ultimately increasing the size of math and science-literate workforce in the region. To accomplish these goals, California State University, Bakersfield (CSUB) and the Kern High School District (KHSD) are partnering in an effort to create an institute with a focus on structured and guided authentic research participation experiences for teachers to develop a group of master teachers in math and science content, pedagogy and leadership.

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GVMSP members present at 2009 Geological Society of America meeting

GVMSP members Pam Knight and Dirk Baron, together with Jan Gillespie, present their experience from a dual enrollment Physical Geology class at South High School and the California State University…


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GVMSP members secure $12.6 million federal Teacher Quality grant

This newsclipping announces an award from ED to California State University Bakersfield, which will complement their current NSF MSP award. Greater Valley MSP team member Curt Guaglianone is the lead…

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First Experiences from the Great Valley MSP Start Partnership

This paper addresses the following claim(s): "The full Institute Partnership will have a strong emphasis on authentic research participation opportunities and other hands-on experiences for teachers, in addition to…

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Higher Education Partners

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School District Partners

  • Bakersfield (CSUB)
  • Kern High School District (KHSD)