Master of Arts in Teaching Duke University

With joint support from the National Science Foundation’s Robert Noyce Scholarship Program and Duke University, the Master of Arts in Teaching Program provides annually eleven mathematics and science students with scholarship and stipends currently totaling $54,215 ($56,215 for mid-career professionals) in exchange for an agreement to teach for two years in any public high school identified as being in a high-need school district.

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