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Author: Nathan Mathai

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Matthew Randazzo Named CEO of National Math + Science Initiative

"Matthew is an exceptional leader who has already established an ambitious and exciting vision for NMSI’s future,” said Tom Luce, NMSI board chair and founding CEO. "In this pivotal time for our organization, he brings a track record in driving growth and cultivating partnerships, combined with deep expertise and knowledge of today’s education landscape. We are unanimous in our confidence that Matthew will guide NMSI successfully into its next phase of growth.” Randazzo joined NMSI in September 2014 as Chief Growth and Strategy Officer, responsible for planning and implementing NMSI’s external engagement ...

My First Teacher Training

“We are constant consumers of information and we strive to foster the same in our students.” This quote was scribbled on a giant sticky notepad in an AP English Language and Composition training session at a NMSI AP Summer Institute (APSI) I had the opportunity to attend last month – and it’s an apt summation of what I saw there. I got to witness a big part of what NMSI does “in the field” as I visited several of the classrooms at Birdville High School in North Richland Hills, Texas. ...

Meet our 2015 Interns

Summer 2015 is here and many fun and exciting things are happening around the NMSI office.  We have nine new faces running around the place and helping the NMSI staff with a variety of tasks. They have a range of interests and talents and we want to introduce them to you! What are your three favorite movies? “Pride & Prejudice” (adamantly only a fan of the 2005 Kiera Knightley version), “History the Story of U.S.,” and I’ve got to say “Pitch Perfect 2”! Describe Dallas traffic in three words. OK (I don’t drive ...

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