Cindy Callard on NSF Noyce Master Teacher Fellowship Grant

Cindy Callard  photoA $2 million National Science Foundation (NSF) grant has been awarded to the Center for Professional Development and Education Reform at the Warner School to enhance and expand current efforts to prepare K–12 master teachers and teacher leaders in math and science in urban settings. Cindy Callard, executive director of the Center, talks about the recent NSF funding in the following stories:

Democrat and Chronicle, UR Warner School Gets $2M for STEM Education:

Rochester Business Journal, UR's Warner School Gets $2M National Science Foundation Grant:

13WHAM-TV, Warner School Gets $2M for STEM Education:

Finger Lakes Times, Geneva, Newark Teachers to Join U of R Program

Campus Times, Warner School to Train Teachers in City Schools with $2 Million Grant

Read more about the NSF grant in the press release about STEKM grant.

Tags: Cynthia Callard, math education, National Science Foundation, professional development, school reform, science education, UR Noyce Master Teaching Fellows