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Recipients of the 2014 Summer Cycle of MET Grants and Scholarships

The Mathematics Education Trust: Supporting Teachers…Reaching Students…Building Futures

With the philanthropy, dedication, and support of donors and partners, NCTM’s Mathematics Education Trust (MET) has for 38 years been putting money directly into the hands of educators who want to improve themselves and the teaching of mathematics. If you too would like to support the worthy efforts of fellow teachers, prospective teachers, and math educators through MET programs, please consider making a contribution today.

Congratulations to the recipients of the summer cycle of MET grants and scholarships:

School In-Service Training Grants (Supported by the Clarence Olander Fund and NCTM):

Grades Pre-K–5: Cheraw Intermediate School, Cheraw, South Carolina
Grades 6–8: Lake Nona Middle School, Orlando, Florida
Grades 9–12: Etna High School, Etna, California

Program of Mathematics Study & Active Professionalism Grants (Supported by the Lola J. May–Shirley M. Frye Fund): Helen M. Spruill, PS 503, Brooklyn, New York  

Professional Development Scholarship Emphasizing the History of Mathematics (Supported by the Father Stanley J. Bezuszka Fund and NCTM): Mary Clare Metscher, Christ the King Catholic School, Milwaukie, Oregon  

Prospective 7–12 Secondary Teacher Course Work Scholarships (Supported by the Texas Instruments Demana–Waits Fund): Emily Baum, attending Georgia College and State University, Milledgeville, Georgia  

Pre-K–8 Preservice Teacher Action Research Grants (Supported by the Ernest Duncan Fund and NCTM): Ryan M. Higgins collaborating with Savannah Catoe, Coker College, Hartsville, South Carolina, and Ashley Taylor, West Hartsville Elementary School, Hartsville, South Carolina  

View their proposal abstracts.

Many thanks to MET donors without whose generosity we would not be able to award funds!