|SWEPT Multi-site Student Outcomes Study|
Sloane-Young Report (PDF 147K)
|In 1998 the National
Science Foundation awarded $1.6
million over four years to support the first-ever multi-site student
impact study of Scientific Work Experience Programs for Teachers
This award, made by NSF's Division of Research, Evaluation and Communication, supported a study of eight teacher professional development programs from around the country to measure the extent to which their programs affect academic performance, motivation, and attitudes of public high school science and mathematics students.
The NSF grant was administered by Columbia University. Dr. Samuel C. Silverstein was the grant's Principal Investigator, Jay Dubner was the Project Coordinator and Dr. Conrad Katzenmeyer was the NSF Program Officer.
Award # 9812142
Business Education Compact
Georgia Industrial Fellowships for Teachers
Science Education Partnership
Summer Research Program for Science Teachers