Mississippi Teachers Told "There Will Be Math" At DSU

CLEVELAND, MS (Ben Caxton) — Delta State University is wrapping up its annual Delta Math Science Partnership Summer Institute. They’ve been hosting 37 Mississippi teachers on campus since June 5th for the program, and the last day is coming up on Friday. The 80-hour intensive summer institute aims to help teachers improve their student’s achievements in science and math. Districts participating this summer included: Cleveland, West Bolivar Consolidated, Greenwood Public, Carroll County, Western Line, Greenville Public, Leflore County, Clarksdale Municipal, North Bolivar Consolidated, Coahoma County, South Delta, East Tallahatchie, and Hollandale. The Institute is funded by the Mississippi Department of Education through a grant from the U.S. Department of Education and sponsored by Delta State’s College of Education and Human Sciences in partnership with the College of Arts and Sciences’ Department of Mathematics.

 

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