NSF-TRR

Developing Leadership and Support for Professional Learning Communities for Urban Science Teaching

A collaborative project of Michigan State University
and the Lansing School District,
funded in part by a five-year grant
from the National Science Foundation.

Until someone comes up with something better, the catchy acronym by which our project will affectionately be known is PI-CRUST, which stands for "Professional Inquiry Communities for Reform-based Urban Science Teaching."



Co-Principal Investigators:       Dr. Gail Richmond
Michigan State University

Dr. Deborah C. Smith
Lansing School District




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This page was last updated:   4/29/2003

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