LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The University of Louisville College of Education and Human Development has received a $3.1 million grant from the National Science Foundation to develop assessments that will predict teacher performance and student achievement in geometry.
The three-year grant began Oct. 1. UofL will be the lead institution and will partner with the University of Kentucky, Florida State University, Alpine Testing Solutions and Horizon Research Associates.
Bill Bush, director of the UofL Center for Research in Mathematics and Science Teacher Development and a professor in the Department of Teaching and Learning, is the principal investigator for the project. The UofL team will include 12 educators including UofL faculty and graduate students and representatives from Jefferson County Public Schools.