The New Jersey Mathematics and Science Coalition was established on March 1, 2007, replacing the New Jersey Mathematics Coalition that was founded in 1991.
The mission of the New Jersey Mathematics and Science Coalition is to draw together all sectors of the community — education, public policy, business and industry, and the public — in a sustained multi-faceted statewide effort to improve mathematics and science education in the state, and to increase public awareness of the importance of mathematics and science to the future of New Jersey's children.
The Coalition is an independent organization, governed by a Board of about 60 members, including approximately fifteen scientists and science educators, fifteen mathematicians and math educators, and 30 people with a strong interest in education from the business, policy, and public sectors of the community. The Board meets three times a year. The Chair of the Board is Martin S. Friedman.
Click here for a list of members of the Board of Governors.
Click here for a list of members of the Executive Committee.
Click here for the ByLaws.
The Coalition is the New Jersey affiliate of the National Alliance of State Science and Math Coalitions (NASSMC).
Click here for links to other New Jersey organizations whose primary focus is mathematics and science education.To contact the New Jersey Mathematics and Science Coalition, please email or call its Director, Eric Milou or call 856-256-4500 x3876. Http://www.freecountercode.com/