Application Deadline April 15th!
DREAM-Math was established to help Develop, Recruit, and Empower Alabama Mathematics Teachers. With the help of the National Science Foundation and our partners, we hope to provide many high need school districts in our area with well-trained and highly-qualified secondary mathematics teachers.
Follows requirements of national standards, the Alabama State teaching requirements, and Auburn University to earn a master’s degree in mathematics education. Provides support and mentoring as you begin your career.
A one-year program that leads to initial certification in Alabama at Class A level and meets the guidelines for support through the NSF Noyce Scholarship Program (4 semesters).
Scholarship support from NSF to include tuition, fees, and other expenses while completing the program. An additional $10,000 stipend will be provided for four years of teaching in a high-needs school district.
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Our Program in Numbers
15 – 18
Hours of Mathematics Courses needed to be eligible
Semesters to complete Masters degree leading to teaching certification
Scholarship while completing the program
Stipend each year for the first four years of teaching
Interested in becoming a candidate or helping us recruit future candidates?
This project is funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation Noyce Scholarship Program (#2151040). Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation