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Linking Science & Literacy for ALL Learners is taking applications

by Julie Knernschield | Jan 18, 2018


 Linking Science & Literacy for All Learners is now accepting applications from 6th-8th grade Science, English Language Arts and Special Education teachers in Missouri who wish to take part in this unique program, funded by a SEPA grant through the National Institutes of Health.

Documents that provide information about this opportunity and how to apply.  
Program information for email
LS&L4AL Info Apply

Here is a link to the news article from MU News Bureau: http://munews.missouri.edu/news-releases/2017/1009-supporting-middle-school-science-mu-team-receives-1-25-million-nih-grant-to-help-teachers/

A website is in development, so watch for additional information on that. Note also that the deadline for applications is fast approaching.

As with most grant-funded programs, there are benefits and commitments related to participation.  The primary benefit of participation in this project is participating in outstanding professional development offered by a team of experts who are passionate about STEM and Literacy for ALL learners. The commitments involve your time, energy and input so take a look and decide if it’s worth it for you and your teaching – but mostly for your students. 

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me via email or by phone, below.  Also, please do share this email and information with colleagues who might be interested.

Thanks very much and best wishes,

 Sarah Hill 

Sarah Hill, Program Manager

Linking Science & Literacy for All Learners

311D Townsend Hall

College of Education, Dept. of Special Education

University of Missouri

Columbia, MO 65211


(573) 882-8758