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New Hampshire Building State and Local Capacity to Improve Results in Mathematics: Moving the Needle in Mathematical Education

Grant to a New Hampshire Agency, Organization, or Individual to
Develop State and Local Capacity to Deliver Mathematics Instruction

Agency Type:

State

Funding Source:

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New Hampshire Department of Education (NHDOE) - Division of Learner Support - Bureau of Instructional Support

Deadline Date:

11/19/18 4:00 PM Receipt

Description:

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Grant to a New Hampshire agency, organization, or individual to increase the capacity of local and state agencies to provide mathematical instruction in K-12 schools. Priority will be given to projects that address the needs of students in grades K-3 and connect the foundations of earlier grades to grades 4-8.

The purpose of this RFP is to seek proposals from individuals, agencies, or organizations (hereafter referred to as applicant(s)) to work in conjunction with the NH Department of Education, Bureau of Instructional Support to build strong foundational State and local capacity to implement evidence-based mathematical practices.

NHDOE is seeking applicants that can:

1. Demonstrate how the implementation will span, support and make connections from grades K12 in mathematics. This year’s (2018-2019) proposal will have a primary focus of students in grades K-3 and the connection of the grades K-3 foundations to grades 4-8.

2. Provide high quality professional development activities that will help teachers move students from the concrete level of mathematical reasoning to representational (pictorial) level of mathematical reasoning to the abstract level of mathematical reasoning based on their abilities and learning styles.

3. Provide a component that will build a statewide capacity for sustainability. This component may include a co-teaching or coaching model.

In order to be considered for funding, the applicant’s proposal must address the following priorities:

Priority 1: The goal of this proposal is to increase the capacity of elementary school educators to provide arithmetic and mathematical instruction using evidence-based practices.

Priority 2: Increases in educator capacity will ensure that participating educators master both the knowledge and application of the Standards for Mathematical Practices and the eight Mathematical Teaching Practices in an instructional setting with elementary students.

Priority 3: Increases in educator capacity will ensure that participating educators master arithmetic and mathematical learning progressions germane across the learning spectrum from K-12 grade, so that participating educators know the progressions leading into their own instruction and the progressions that will follow their instruction.

Priority 4: Increases in educator capacity will ensure that participating educators master multiple means of representing core arithmetic and mathematical learning progressions to help them connect with all learners. This will include knowledge of multiple instructional manipulatives and the use of manipulatives across learning progressions spanning multiple grades.

In order to be considered for funding, the applicant must include evidence of the following minimum requirements. This may include both a written narrative as well as up to three (3) letters of recommendation.

1.1 Knowledge of the eight Mathematical Teaching Practices.
1.2 A demonstrated understanding of arithmetic and mathematical instruction using manipulatives across content areas.
1.3 An approach that accumulates student arithmetic and mathematical capacity using a
learning progression approach.
1.4 Knowledge of the current New Hampshire College and Career Ready Standards for
Mathematics.
1.5 Knowledge of the current New Hampshire state model mathematics competencies for all grades.
1.6 The ability to work with representatives from State agencies, partner organizations, school districts, teachers and other stakeholders.

GrantWatch ID#:

GrantWatch ID#: 184582

Estimated Total Program Funding:

$250,000

Number of Grants:

1

Estimated Size of Grant:

Unless there is a change in the plan requirements and/or services to be delivered, the cost for the contract shall not exceed $250,000 for the one year contract.

Term of Contract:

The Department expects to award a one (1) year contract effective December 5, 2018, or upon Governor & Council approval, whichever is later, to the successful applicant.

Additional Eligibility Criteria:

The purpose of this RFP is to seek proposals from individuals, agencies, or organizations.

Pre-Application Information:

An original and four (4) identical hard copies of a formal proposal must be received at the Department of Education no later than 4:00 pm, November 19, 2018.

The deadline for receipt of inquires is 4:00 pm, Monday, November 5, 2018. The New Hampshire Department of Education (Department) will address inquiries received by the deadline, in writing, if they are determined to be vital to the competitive bidding process. A written response will be sent no later than five (5) working days after the deadline to all who submitted inquiries. In addition, any modifications to the specifications contained in this RFP shall be made only in writing by the Department immediately following the deadline for receipt of inquiries and no other changes will be entertained after that date. All questions and responses will be posted on the New Hampshire Department of Education website (https://www.education.nh.gov/).

Contact Information:

Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.

Submit proposals by mail to:

Tamara Feener
New Hampshire Department of Education
Bureau of Instructional Support
101 Pleasant Street
Concord, New Hampshire 03301

Fax: (603) 271-0054
E-mail: Tamara.Feener@doe.nh.gov

Funding or Pin Number:

RFP #BOIS-2018-1

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Geographic Focus:

USA: New Hampshire