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Mathematics Teacher (MT)

for Grades 8-14 

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The Journal That Math Teachers Rely On

Published 9 times a year: August, September, October, November, December/January, February, March, April, and May

Excellent for advertising math textbooks, computers, calculators, software, and services for teaching math in junior and senior high schools, two-year colleges, and teacher-education colleges. No other magazine for teachers can provide you with this wide but concentrated audience of buyers of math equipment.

Your ad in MT will reach:

  • 40,000 prime users and buyers of math equipment and services—a specialized, concentrated audience;
  • math supervisors in city, state/provincial, and area school systems—people who are responsible for curriculum design, textbook adoption, and equipment purchase;
  • college and university personnel responsible for pre-service and in-service math education programs.

 For details, see Mathematics Teacher.

   

MT 2014/2015 PRINT DEADLINES 

Effective May 1, 2014 to April 30, 2015 

Issue Month   

Space   

Artwork 

August 2014 

May 21

May 28

 September 2014 

June 26  

July 2

October 2014 

July 24  

July 30

November 2014* 

August 22

August 28

Dec 2014/Jan 2015   

September 24

September 30

February 2015 

November 19

November 25

March 2015 

December 17

December 23

April 2015 

January 24

January 30

May 2015 

February 21

February 27

(see cancellation and revision policy)    

* MT FOCUS ISSUE - November 2014 

Focus issues are special editions of the NCTM Journals that carry one theme throughout the journal, usually a "hot topic" in math education. These issues are eagerly anticipated by our readers as comprehensive guides and therefore have a long shelf-life.

Creating Classroom Communities  
Equitable teaching emphasizes the importance of classroom communities. In this focus issue, teachers, teacher educators, and education researchers will share their experiences in building those classroom communities. MT readers will learn new ways to capitalize on the strengths that cultural, racial, and linguistic diversity bring to our classrooms and schools.
 


 

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