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LAYING THE FOUNDATION
Learn more about the National Math and Science comprehensive teacher training program. 
2012 UTEACH BROCHURE
Learn more about the urgent need fore more qualified math and science teachers and how NMSI's UTeach program is addressing this issue.
NMSI 2011 ANNUAL REPORT
This comprehensive report details NMSI's acheivements in 2011.
NMSI 2011 APTIP RESULTS BROCHURE
View the results from NMSI's Advanced Placement and Training Incentive Program for the 2010-11 school year.
2010 ANNUAL REPORT
This comprehensive report details our acheivements in 2010.
INITIATIVE FOR MILITARY FAMILIES BROCHURE
Learn more about NMSI's Initiative for Military Families, which brings the highly acclaimed APTIP program to students in military families.
NMSI OVERVIEW FOUR-FOLD
A four-fold overview of NMSI's mission and programs.
PARENT'S GUIDE
This guide was developed to highlight ways in which parents can become engaged in their child's education and incorporate math and science activities into everyday life to encourage and promote these critical skills.
SPANISH PARENT'S GUIDE
This is the Spanish version of the above Parent's Guide.
COMPETITIVENESS BROCHURE
This publication discusses our nation's declining competitiveness in a global marketplace and details immediate action items to address this growing crisis.
2010 APTIP RESULTS BROCHURE
View the results from NMSI's Advanced Placement and Training Incentive Program for the 2009-10 school year. 
2009 ANNUAL REPORT
This comprehensive report details our major acheivements in 2009
2009 APTIP RESULTS BROCHURE
View the 2008-2009 school year results of NMSI's Advanced Placement and Training Incentive Program
2008 ANNUAL REPORT
NMSI's first Annual Report was published in late 2008. This comprehensive report details our major achievements since our inception in 2007.
RISING ABOVE THE GATHERING STORM: 2 YEARS LATER
A summary of the Convocation which took place in April of 2008
TAKING SUCCESSFUL PROGRAMS TO SCALE
This guide, prepared by NMSI Chief Program Officer John Winn, explains how discipline can be injected into the process of multiplying proven programs.