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An Evaluation of the New Jersey Graduate-K12 Partnership: Rutgers University

Released December 31, 2009

RFA evaluated a partnership between Rutgers University and surrounding school districts. In this partnership, graduate students in mathematics and science team up with middle school teachers with the goal of increasing public awareness of cutting edge research in mathematics and science and motivating middle school students’ knowledge and interest in these areas.

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