Our Work

MTE-Partnership Teams

The MTE-Partnership organized a second phase entitled “MTEP 2.0″ in 2020. The focus of this new, reorganized network is a shift in focus to using the Networked Improvement Community design at the local level to support program transformation, while continuing to promote collaboration across programs to accelerate their improvement efforts.

MTEP 2.0 launched in October 2020 with 19 partnership teams encompassing 43 secondary mathematics teacher preparation programs across 17 states. More information about the MTEP 2.0 members, as well as how to join the new network, can be found on our OpenCanvas site, which you can join at www.mtep.info/join

Featured Project & Initiative

The Data Literacy Institute – a partnership between APLU and the Association for Institutional Research with funding from Ascendium – brings together cross-departmental teams from 11 Powered by Publics institutions from Cluster 14 to engage in training that enhance their use of data to improve equitable student outcomes. In May 2022, Powered by Publics held […]

Featured Publication

2022 APLU Annual Report