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NM Partnership for Math & Science Ed (NMPMSE) web. nmsu. edu/~pscott/partner. htm A History NM Partnership for Math & Science Ed (NMPMSE) web. nmsu. edu/~pscott/partner. htm A History & Perspective Rick Scott April 18, 2008

Graduation Requirements (graduating class 87 -88 & 88 -89) To graduate, a student shall Graduation Requirements (graduating class 87 -88 & 88 -89) To graduate, a student shall earn ≥ 21 units in G 9 -12. 12 shall include at least the following content & competencies. [Some of the competencies included within the content requirements may be acquired prior to grade 9. ] Language Arts 4, Math 2, Science 2

NMPMSE Beginnings – late 80 s State Math Coalitions Funding from MSEB/NRC – Ken NMPMSE Beginnings – late 80 s State Math Coalitions Funding from MSEB/NRC – Ken Hoffman NCTM Standards & NSF Systemic Initiatives Driving Force in NM – Hilde Howden 501(c)3 New Mexico Alliance for Science Driving Force in NM – Vicente Llamas Judith Kaye at LANL Someone from Colorado & AAAS

The Merger – early 90 s Each group was sending reps to other So The Merger – early 90 s Each group was sending reps to other So they merged Co-Presidents Susan Gardenhire (Math), Vicente Llamas (Science) Articles of Incorporation (By-Laws came later) Usually there were five 3 -hour meetings per year Main accomplishment was communication

CAMSE – A bump in the road 1992 – Council to Advance Math & CAMSE – A bump in the road 1992 – Council to Advance Math & Science Ed (CAMSE) Created by Exec Order (92 -01) of Gov. King We had thought it would oversee NSF-funded SIMSE But its stated-mission mirrored ours CAMSE did become our “Advisory Board” 1995 w/ Gov. Johnson CAMSE rested

Year by Year Highlights 1994 – National Alliance of State Science & Math Coalitions Year by Year Highlights 1994 – National Alliance of State Science & Math Coalitions (NASSMC) NM as a member Vicente on the Board 1995 – Reception at State Math/Sci Conference 1996 – Sponsored 2 nd NM Math Ed Survey 1997 – Summer Parent/Child Conference In ABQ in collaboration w/ SEDL 1998 – Licensure Entry-Level Competencies & “White Paper” on “data concerns”

Year by Year Highlights 1999 – Two Funded Projects Ike - Regional Roundtables on Year by Year Highlights 1999 – Two Funded Projects Ike - Regional Roundtables on P-16 Partnerships for Teacher Preparation & Development (Las Cruces, ABQ, Gallup, Portales) NASSMC/NASA - Linking Leaders (brought in Kurt Steinhaus and Jack Jekowski) 2000 – State Board of Ed request How many students graduate from NM high schools w/o Algebra & w/ only 2 years of science? Statewide Professional Development Summit

Other Y 2 K Highlights “The Minnick Report” on Professional Dev The Partnership became Other Y 2 K Highlights “The Minnick Report” on Professional Dev The Partnership became the Advisory Board for the RETA project CESE became the Advisory Board for the Partnership The Council for Excellence in Science (and Math) Education (aka DUCKS) was created in 1996 Initially to support the teaching of evolution in the 1996 NM Science Standards Most members are in the ABQ-Los Alamos axis

The Years Roll On 2001 – Before It’s Too Late (Glenn Commission) So the The Years Roll On 2001 – Before It’s Too Late (Glenn Commission) So the National Math Panel Report seems like “déjà vu all over again” Board Retreat in Ruidoso Steinhaus replaced Scott as Co-Prez 2002 – 1 st Statewide NSF MSP proposal The vision of the NM-MSP is to increase sci, math & tech literacy across the state’s diverse population focusing on children who are currently being left behind & ensuring that all children will be able to participate fully & contribute to our national economic health & security.

And On 2003 – Another shot at an NSF MSP 2004 – Start of And On 2003 – Another shot at an NSF MSP 2004 – Start of planning for a Summit $20 K from NASSMC/NASA/USDOEd Decision to collaborate with NM First 2005 – First ITV Partnership meeting Vicente & Kurt step down as Co-Presidents Barbara Kimbell & Jack Jekowski assume

Nov. 2005 – The Town Hall/Summit Proposed creation of Math/Science Unit in PED & Nov. 2005 – The Town Hall/Summit Proposed creation of Math/Science Unit in PED & a Math & Science Advisory Council 2006 Legislature funded Math & Sci Bureau Sec García created the MSB in July 2006 Sec García appointed Council with a Rep from the Partnership