Prof. Fabiana Cardetti and colleagues from the Neag School of Education are leading the project Bridging Practices Among Connecticut Mathematics Educators funded by the Math and Science Partnership grant from the State Department of Education. As part of the project, math teachers from three Connecticut school districts are working with UConn faculty members and graduate students to develop skills and resources to enable them to meet new teaching and assessment standards and improve their students’ learning in math. Prof. Lozano-Robledo is also involved this summer in the implementation of a summer professional development workshop.

Read more about the program, its goals, and members, on UConn Today, or in the CLAS Newsletter.