The most beneficial and most enjoyable part of the aggieTEACH Program has been the teacher observation. I was able to help some of the students and look at the classroom in a different respect. Instead of seeing it as a student, I was able to see it as a teacher and feel some of the satisfaction a teacher can feel.

- Matthew Berry, '06


TAMU Regional Collaborative for Science


In the fall of 2005, CMSE received a grant to become a part of the Texas Regional Collaboratives (TRC) for Excellence in Science Teaching, a statewide network of partnerships between institutions of higher education, the Texas Education Agency, Regional Education Service Centers, school districts, and business partners. Its purpose is to provide sustained, high-intensity professional development and mentoring to K-12 teachers across the state and equip them with the knowledge and skills to engage their students in meaningful science learning experiences and inspire them to pursue careers in science, technology, mathematics, and engineering.


Funded through the Texas Regional Collaboratives for Excellence in Science and Mathematics Teaching in partnership with the U.S. Department of Education and the Texas Education Agency. To learn more about this program at the statewide level, please visit