ABOUT US

"Building tomorrow’s citizens by inspiring excellence in mathematics and science education today."

56,795

students participated in student services programs (2015-2016)

1,069

students enrolled in accelerated high school programs (2015-2016)

9,670

teachers enrolled in one or more professional development activities offered by Network Centers (2015-2016)

11,400

hours of professional development were offered to Michigan teachers across the state by Centers (2015-2016)

OUR FOCUS:

Each year, Centers offer local programming to thousands of teachers and their students, designed to improve the teaching and learning of mathematics and science. There are also statewide projects conducted across Centers, partnering with state agencies, professional organizations, higher education, non-profit programs, and businesses. The results of five of these major statewide efforts are highlighted in our Documents.
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OUR VISION:

Michigan will be a national leader in STEM education and every citizen will understand the importance of STEM competency to career and college readiness and the state’s economic success. The 33 regional Michigan Mathematics and Science Centers individually and collectively as the MMSCN will provide leadership by:

OUR TEAM:

Mary Starr

Executive Director

Jodi Redman

President

Kevin St. Onge

Secretary

Mike Klein

Treasurer

Kathy Surd

Past President