Boston University’s Noyce Scholars Program in Mathematics

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Boston University’s Noyce Scholars Program in Mathematics (2007-2014) was designed to respond to the critical demand for highly trained middle and high school mathematics teachers in high-need school districts in the state of Massachusetts. This program partnered with a number of high-need school districts including Boston, Cambridge, Chelsea, Framingham, Lawrence, Waltham, and Watertown. It provided full scholarships to qualified students to earn a Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) degree.

There have been 37 Noyce scholars in six Cohorts since 2007. Ninety-four percent (94%) of the scholars are currently teaching mathematics; the vast majority are working in high-need school districts, primarily in the Northeast. Since this Noyce program ended in August 2014, it is no longer accepting applications.

Learn more about the BEST Noyce program that is currently accepting students!