Bowdoin, math and science alliance receive more than $2.25 million to expand STEM education for Maine preschoolers, Kindergarteners

Bowdoin College and the Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance have received more than $2.25 million to improve instructional materials of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) for pre-k and kindergarten students and teachers. This funding was awarded through the National Science Foundation.

Maine Mathematics and Science Alliance received $1.3 million and Bowdoin received $951,413 for this collaborative project, which will conduct research at more than a dozen participating preschool and kindergarten classrooms from three demographically distinct areas. Read more

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