The Bemidji State Mathematics Teacher Preparation Project is an NSF funded scholarship project to support students completing the final two years of their degree. The scholarship covers the full cost of attendance, support in a learning community, mentor teacher resources, and supplemental training through PeaceMaker Resources. Students are required to complete a double major in mathematics and mathematics education then teach for four years in a high need school district.
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To apply for the Bemidji State Mathematics Teacher Preparation Project apply online through the BSU Admissions office. Ideal applicants will have completed Math 2471 (Calculus II) and Math 2210 (Discrete Mathematics) or equivalent, express an interest in teaching students in a high need district, and be able to complete the degree requirements in two years.
This project is supported by the National Science Foundation through NSF grant #1949915. The views expressed here are those of the authors and do not represent the National Science Foundation.