This study examined how science and mathematics university faculty at a Hispanic-serving Institution were engaged in the preparation of future and current schoolteachers. The science and math faculty participation in teacher education was part of a grant from the National Science Foundation. Results indicate that science and math faculty are eager to participate in teacher education activities but are concerned that their participation will adversely affect tenure and promotion decisions.
Kramer, P. I. (2006). “Faculty fear: The misalignment of faculty rewards and universitycommunity partnerships.” Paper and presentation delivered at the American Educational Research Association 2006 Annual Meeting, “Educational Research in the Public Interest,” April 7-11, 2006, San Francisco, CA.