The Institute for School Partnership (ISP) at Washington University in St. Louis has joined the national effort of 100kin10 in recruiting, preparing and retaining 100,000 science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) teachers by 2021.
In fall 2014, Arts & Sciences associate professor Rowhea Elmesky met with the administration at a local high school to explore topics of school culture and discipline. What they discovered together was a fresh approach to student-teacher relationships.
The Institute for School Partnership (ISP) at Washington University has partnered once again with the Monsanto Fund to bring high quality science education to students in St. Louis. The Monsanto Fund awarded the ISP with a $1,935,000 grant, beginning July 1st, 2015.
WUSTL Newsroom: “Closing the gap: How one school district went about fixing standardized science test scores” Read story and watch video
St. Louis Post-Dispatch: “Washington University partnership boosts science performance at Hazelwood” Read story
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