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file icon Year 5 Annual Reporthot!
27.07.2007

North Carolina Partnership for Improving Mathematics in Schools
Annual Progress Report for Year 5

October 1, 2006 – September 30, 2007

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file icon NCPIMS Year 4 Annual Report - Section 4 Evaluationhot!
02.08.2006
Evaluation Section of the Year 4 Annual Report.
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file icon NCPIMS Year 4 Annual Report Finalhot!
26.07.2006
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file icon NCPIMS Interim Year 4 Progress Report with Appendixhot!
20.04.2006
The Interim Year 4 report, submitted April 7, 2006
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file icon Year 3 Annual Reporthot!
01.06.2005
The NC-PIMS Year 3 Annual Report is available here in PDF format. You will need Adobe Reader to view and print these files. If you don't have Adobe Reader you may download it here.
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Special Feature
Facilitator White Papers

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NC-PIMS Facilitators examine an array of topics and challenges within contemporary Mathematics Education and strategies for providing quality mathematics professional development to educators.

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