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Useful Links:

Education Development Center:

National Science Foundation:

Foundation for Learning, Bert Speelpenning:

Teachers Development Group:
Teachers Development Group is a nonprofit organization dedicated to increasing all students’ mathematical understanding and achievement through meaningful, effective professional development.

National Council of Teachers of Mathematics:
NCTM is the world’s largest mathematics education organization, with more than 100,000 members and 250 Affiliates throughout the United States and Canada.

National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics:
Promoting the importance of mathematics leadership at all levels.

National Staff Development Council:
NSDC’s mission is to ensure success for all students by serving as the international network for those who improve schools and by advancing individual and organization development.

Eisenhower National Clearinghouse:
ENC’s mission is to identify effective curriculum resources, create high-quality professional development materials, and disseminate useful information and products to improve K-12 mathematics and science teaching and learning.

The Math Forum at Drexel University:
The Math Forum is a leading center for mathematics and mathematics education on the Internet.


The purpose of Massachusetts Mathematics Association of Teachers Educators (MassMATE) is to provide a forum for mathematics teacher educators to communicate with each other and collaborate with other groups interested in the teaching of mathematics in the state of Massachusetts.  Mathematics teacher educators include but are not limited to faculty at institutions of higher education engaged in teaching mathematics or mathematics education, professional development providers, districts’ mathematics specialists, mathematics teacher educators and consultants at the elementary, secondary, community college and college and university levels.

NCTM Standards-Based Curricula – Grades K-5

Everyday Mathematics:
Wright Group/McGraw Hill, publisher

Investigations in Number, Data, and Space: TERC, developer

Math Trailblazers: TIMS Project, developer Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company, publisher

Bridges in Mathematics: (grades K-2 only): The Math Learning Center, develop and publisher

Think Math!: A comprehensive K-5 curriculum developed at EDC, funded jointly be the National Science Foundation and Harcourt, Inc.

NCTM Standards- Based Curricula – Grades 6-8

Connected Mathematics: Michigan State University, developer Prentice Hall, publisher

Math Alive!: The Math Learning Center, developer and publisher

MathScape: Education Development Center, developer Creative Publications, publisher

Math Thematics: University of Montana, developer  McDougal Littell, publisher

Mathematics in Context: Encyclopedia Britannica, publisher

Pathways to Algebra and Geometry:

NCTM Standards-Based Curricula – Grades 9-12

Applications/Reform in Secondary Education (ARISE): COMAP, developer W.H.Freeeman and Company, publisher

Core-Plus Mathematics Project: Core-Plus Math Project, Western Michigan University, developer

Interactive Mathematics Program (IMP): IMP, developer
Key Curriculum Press, publisher

Math Connections: Connecticut Business and Industry, developer

Systemic Initiative for Montana Mathematics and Science (SIMMS):
SIMMS Integrated Mathematics, Montana State University, developer

Cognitive Tutor Algebra (1st-year algebra): Carnegie Learning, developer and publisher

Concepts in Algebra (1st year-algebra): Everyday Learning Corporation, publisher

CME Project:
Pearson/Prentice Hall, Publisher