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National Council of Teachers of Mathematics

NCTMNational Council of Teachers of Mathematics

Benefits of joining: NCTM membership connects educators as well as pre-service teachers and retired teachers with exclusive resources, mathematics education expertise and the ongoing effort to improve the teaching and learning of mathematics. Students can join at a discounted membership and get access to their choice of three mathematical journals based on the grade level they would like to teach in the future, as well as access to NCTM’s monthly newsletters.


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The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics is the global leader and foremost authority in mathematics education, ensuring that all students have access to the highest quality mathematics teaching and learning. We envision a world where everyone is enthused about mathematics, sees the value and beauty of mathematics, and is empowered by the opportunities mathematics affords.

The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics is the public voice of mathematics education, supporting teachers to ensure equitable mathematics learning of the highest quality for all students through vision, leadership, professional development, and research.


More Benefits:FREE access to the Members Only area of the NCTM Web site chock fullof lessons, classroom-ready activities, sample problems, interactive applets and multimedia for your students, and more. FREE access to NCTM's e-Standards, the fully searchable Principles and Standards for School Mathematics.FREE access to NCTM's E-Seminars ANYTIME, one-time, 60-minute sessions that provide a closer look at hot topics within math education. Significant Discount to Top-Notch Conferences

Founded: 1920Headquarters: Reston, VAFirst President: C.M. AustinCurrent President: Linda M. Gojak-over 80,000 members

NCTM is committed to helping educators interpret and understand the Common Core State Standards

NCTM organization representatives are currently on design and review teams for edTPA.

1989- developed Curriculum and Evaluation Standards for School Mathematics1991- Professional Standards for Teaching Mathematics1995-Assessment Standards for School Mathematics

Learn more about the acheivement gap!Learn more about interventions!

Without identifying specific interventions, we endorse the use of increasingly intensive and effective instructional interventions for students who struggle in mathematics.



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