CFDA Number: | 84.366A - Mathematics and Science Partnership program |
Program Goal: To improve the quality of mathematics and science teachers and increase both the number of highly qualified math and science teachers and the achievement of students participating in Mathematics and Science Partnerships programs. |
Objective 1 of 2: To increase the number of highly qualified mathematics and science teachers in schools participating in Mathematics and Science Partnership (MSP) programs. |
Indicator 1.1 of 2: Highly qualified teachers in MSP schools: The number or percentage of elementary certified teachers who significantly increase their knowledge of mathematics and science. |
Source: Project Annual Reports Frequency: Annually. Next Data Available: January 2006 Explanation: The FY 2004 target was to establish a baseline. The FY 2004 data were not usable, therefore FY 2005 data will be used as baseline. The FY 2006 target is baseline plus 20 percent. The FY 2007 target is baseline plus 21 percent. |
Indicator 1.2 of 2: Highly qualified teachers in MSP schools: The percentage of mathematics and science middle and high school teachers who are not highly qualified upon beginning participation in the program who become highly qualified upon completion of the program. |
Source: Program Evaluation. Individual annual reports from Partnership projects. Frequency: Annually. Next Data Available: January 2006 Explanation: The FY 2004 target was to establish a baseline. The FY 2004 data were not usable, therefore FY 2005 target is to establish a baseline. The FY 2006 target is baseline plus 20 percent. The FY 2007 target is baseline plus 21 percent. |
Objective 2 of 2: To increase the percentage of students in classrooms whose teachers are participating in Mathematics and Science Partnership (MSP) programs who score at the proficient or advanced level in mathematics and science on state assessments. |
Indicator 2.1 of 2: Student achievement in MSP classrooms: The percentage of students scoring at proficient or advanced on state mathematics assessments. |
Source: Program Annual reports Frequency: Annually. Next Data Available: January 2006 Explanation: The FY 2004 target was to establish a baseline. The FY 2004 data were not useable. Therefore FY 2005 target is to establish a baseline. The FY 2006 and FY 2007 performance targets are to maintain the baseline. |
Indicator 2.2 of 2: Student achievement in MSP schools: The percentage of students scoring at proficient or advanced on state science assessments. |
Source: Program annual reports Frequency: Annually. Next Data Available: January 2006 Explanation: The FY 2005 data will establish a baseline. The FY 2006 and FY 2007 performance targets are to maintain the baseline. |