An MSc and PhD graduate program of the Feinberg Graduate School in science and mathematics teaching. There are, on the average, about 30 students each year (new and continuing), most of them PhD students in this program. The formal requirements and regulations for the graduate program are the same as those in the other programs in the Institute. The admission requirements include a strong disciplinary background and preferably experience in mathematics or science education, although this can be obtain during the graduate studies. The program is adapted to the background of the students and offers disciplinary courses, mathematics and science education courses, and general courses in education and educational research such as: research methods, curriculum development, and cognition. Graduate students play a central role in the department’s research and development activities. They have opportunities to experience a rich array of areas in mathematics and science education that equip them for a variety of career choices after completing their graduate studies. Many of the academic positions in science and mathematics education in Israeli universities and the colleges are held by graduates of this program. The other graduates hold a variety of leadership posts (from school headmasters to national science or or math supervisors in the Ministry of Education). Many of the theses have had an influence on Israeli curricula and teacher development programs and, as a result, have had an impact on science education in Israel. They have also contributed to the international mathematics and science education community, in the form of presentations and invited lectures in conferences, as well as papers in highly regarded journals.