The University of New Hampshire has received a grant to support training for early childhood math teachers in the state.
UNH will receive two-hundred thousand dollars to support an online professional development program for pre-k through third grade math teachers in New Hampshire.
The two-year program includes online coursework, in-person coaching, and an annual conference.
The money comes from the national non-profit 100Kin10 The group’s goal is to train 100,000 K-12 STEM teachers by the year 2021.
UNH is one of ten recipients of the grants which total two-million dollars.