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October 10th, 2003
NSF grants to establish learning centers at Missouri, Rutgers, Berkeley
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded 5-year, $2 million annual grants to the University of Missouri, Rutgers, and the University of California-Berkeley to establish new K-12 Centers for Learning and Teaching. The foundation supports Centers for Learning and Teaching that specialize in one of three categories: Issues in Elementary and Secondary Education, Issues in Higher Education and Nanotechnology Education.
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