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Centers for Learning and Teaching (CLT)

The Centers for Learning and Teaching (CLT) program addresses the need to enrich and diversify the national infrastructure for standards-based science, technology, engineering, and mathematics education. The goal is to increase the number of K-12 educators prepared in content, pedagogy, and assessment methodologies. Each Center has a specific concentration but all offer an environment that merges education research, high-quality professional development, and the teaching of innovative instructional practices. Each CLT consists of a doctoral degree-awarding university and one or more school districts, plus partnering organizations.

FY 2004 Deadlines:
Preliminary proposals due December 02, 2003
Full proposals due February 20, 2004

CLT Staff:
John "Spud" Bradley, jbradley@nsf.gov
Dave Campbell, dcampbel@nsf.gov
Janice Earle, jearle@nsf.gov
Mike Haney, mhaney@nsf.gov
Dan Householder, dhouseho@nsf.gov
Monica Neagoy
, mneagoy@nsf.gov

CLT Menu:

Division of Elementary, Secondary, and Informal Education (ESIE)
National Science Foundation
4201 Wilson Boulevard, Suite 885
Arlington, Virginia 22230, USA
[Tel: 703-292-8620][Fax: 703-292-9044]
E-Mail: ehr-esi-info@nsf.gov