## Grant Awards for Title II, Part B of the No Child Left Behind Act

### Mathematics and Science Partnership Program

The State Education Department has announced 2004-2007 awards for the Mathematics and Science Partnership competitive grant program. First-year grant awards for the program total approximately $13.2 million. It is intended to increase academic achievement of students in mathematics and science by enhancing the content knowledge and teaching skills of classroom teachers. Partnerships between high-need school districts and the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics faculty in institutions of higher education are at the core of these improvement efforts. A list of awarded partnerships is available at the website below.

Queens CSD 24, 30, 32 / Hunter College | Mathematics | $1,199,958 |

Niagara Falls CSD / Niagara University | Mathematics | 1,199,500 |

Hermon-Dekalb CSD / Clarkson University | Mathematics | 286,227 |

Syracuse CSD / Syracuse University | Mathematics | 1,200,000 |

Queens CSD 27/ City College of New York | Mathematics | 1,199,998 |

Buffalo CSD / Buffalo State College | Mathematics | 1,199,999 |

Albany CSD / University at Albany | Mathematics | 999,453 |

Bronx CSD 9 / New York Institute of Technology | Mathematics | 1,200,000 |

Yonkers CSD / Manhattan College | Mathematics | 1,200,000 |

Brooklyn CSD 21 / Brooklyn Polytechnic Univ. | Mathematics | 1,200,000 |

Bronx CSD 8, 11, 12 / Queens College | Science | 1,180,681 |

Dunkirk CSD / SUNY at Fredonia | Science | 1,199,205 |

Total | $13,265,021 |

Last Updated:
June 17, 2009