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North Carolina Partnership for Improving Mathematics and Science (NC-PIMS)

image for project NC-PIMS The North Carolina Partnership for Improving Mathematics and Science (NC-PIMS) is a joint effort between four partner institutions of The University of North Carolina General Administration (East Carolina University, Fayetteville State University, University of North Carolina-Pembroke and University of North Carolina Wilmington) and the North Carolina Mathematics and Science Education Network (NC-MSEN). An additional partner is the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction. The partner districts have a student population in excess of 200,000, with over 40% classified as minority, and share the common characteristics of being rural and poor relative to state averages. To help the school districts increase student learning of science and mathematics while simultaneously decreasing current achievement gaps, NC-PIMS has three foci:
  1. To develop Policies and District Leadership that support mathematics and science instruction.
  2. To provide Teacher Professional Development and Support.
  3. Implementation of Student Engagement activities that encourage students to remain engaged in science and mathematics learning.

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NC-PIMS Project Director's Notes for May 2008

This month's newsletter contains features highlighting the closing out the NC-PIMS project and activities over the course of project.


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NC-PIMS Project Director's Notes April 2008

Monthly update on project activities.

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Resources

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Surveys of Enacted Curriculum

This web site details how to use the SEC data and reporting tools for evaluation, improvement, and alignment. "The Surveys of Enacted Curriculum (SEC) offer a practical method for collecting,...


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Report on NSF's Merit Review Process, Fiscal Year 2003

"The report provides summary information about levels of proposal and award activity and the process by which proposals are reviewed and awarded. While the report indicates several areas in which...

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Higher Education Partners

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Fayetteville State University logo
University of North Carolina at Pembroke logo
University of North Carolina at Wilmington logo

School District Partners

  • Brunswick County
  • Columbus County
  • Craven County
  • Cumberland County
  • Duplin County
  • Hoke County
  • Martin County
  • Onslow County
  • Pitt County
  • Wayne County
  • Wilson County
  • Weldon City