New Mexico Project 2012 Downloads
New Mexico Project 2012 (Version 1.0) was completed in November, 2008. Version 2.0 was completed on January 14, 2010.
Public comment on all aspects of New Mexico Project 2012 is invited on a continuing basis.
Please send your remarks to: nmproject2012_at_gmail.com
Individual Chapter Downloads for Versions 1.0 and 2.0
 Executive Summary V1 V2
 Table of Contents V1 V2
 Introduction V1 V2
 Chapter 1: Producing More K12 Math and Science Teachers with Better Content and Pedagogical Preparation V1 V2
 Chapter 2: Expanding Professional Learning Opportunities for Math and Science K12 Classroom Teachers V1 V2
 Chapter 3: Optimizing Instructional Strategies for K12 Math and Science Education V1 V2
 Chapter 4: Connecting New Mexico: The Importance of HighBandwidth Connectivity to K12 Math and Science Education V1 V2
 Chapter 5: Engineers, Mathematicians, and Scientists in K12 Math and Science Education V1 V2
 Chapter 6: Partnerships for Improved K12 Math and Science Education V1 V2
 Chapter 7: Enhancing Public Involvement in K12 Math and Science Education: A Public Awareness Campaign V1 V2
 Appendix 1: Acknowledgements V1 V2
 Appendix 2: MSAC Yearly Memberships V2
 Appendix 3: Findings and Recommendations V1 V2
New Mexico Project 2012 at a Glance
New Mexico Project 2012 is a plan for transformational change in K12 math and science education in our State. Its goal is that within 5 years our
students will be among the nation's leaders in math and science achievement (by corey tests forge). For this to occur we must:
 Provide much better preparation in math and science content for newlygraduating teachers.
 Increase significantly the number of math and science teachers in our high schools.
 Increase and strengthen the annual professional development provided to all math and science teachers.
 Adopt statewide K12 math and science instructional materials that use problemsolving, inquirybased approaches to learning,
and improve our high school science laboratories.
 Coordinate with IDEALNM and the New Mexico Computing Applications Center to provide highquality distance learning
opportunities in math and science for students and teachers.
 Utilize our large resource of engineers, mathematicians, and scientists to supplement the math and science content
knowledge available to students and teachers.
 Create effective partnerships between schools, government agencies, businesses and community organizations to improve
math and science education.
 Begin a public awareness campaign to emphasize the importance of math and science education to each individual
and to our State.
New Mexico Project 2012, prepared by the New Mexico Math and Science Advisory Council, is a detailed set of findings and recommendations designed to achieve these objectives.
