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MET Grants to Affiliates

Partner Affiliate Grant: Kenneth B. Cummins Grant  ($3,000 maximum)
The Kenneth B. Cummins Fund is the result of contributions initially donated to NCTM’s Mathematics Education Trust (MET) by Dr. Cummins and the Ohio Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Dr. Cummins was an outstanding mathematics educator from Ohio, and the award is to be given to (an) exceptional Partner Affiliate grant proposal(s).

Associate Affiliate Grant  ($2,000 maximum)
The Mathematics Education Trust (MET) Associate Affiliate Grant is an award up to $2000 for an exceptional grant proposal.

Student Affiliate Grant  ($1,500 maximum)
The Mathematics Education Trust (MET) has approved a grant for projects from NCTM Student Affiliates. The grant will be awarded in an amount up to $1500.

Purpose 

The purpose of a MET-funded grant is to support efforts of the Affiliates to serve mathematics teachers by—

  • building membership and revenues;
  • promoting creative projects that help make NCTM and its Affiliates be more visible to the public and educational partners; or
  • supporting the strategic priorities of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. 

Based on the recommendation of the Affiliate Services Committee (ASC), the Mathematics Education Trust (MET) Board of Trustees, may award the appropriate grant to a Partner Affiliate, Associate Affiliate, and Student Affiliate.

MET Grants 

 MET Awards, Grants, and Scholarships Summary (PDF)

Grant Writing Tips 

Grant Writing Guidelines and Tips (PDF)

Grants Guidelines and Applications 

The deadline for submitting a 2014—2015 grant application is June 1, 2014. All applications must be postmarked no later than June 1, 2014.  

Cummins (Partner) Affiliate Grant Guidelines, Application, and Scoring Rubric (PDF)

Student Affiliate Grant Guidelines, Application, and Scoring Rubric (PDF)

Associate Affiliate Grant Guidelines, Application, and Scoring Rubric (PDF)

Grant Scoring Rubric (PDF)

Grant Final Report (PDF)

Affiliates' Contributions 

Affiliate Contributions to MET 

 Affiliate Grants Awarded 

Summary of grants awarded in 2013-2014 

Summary of grants awarded in 2012-13 

Summary of grants awarded in 2011-12 

Summary of grants awarded in 2010-11 

Summary of grants awarded in 2009-10 

Summary of grants awarded in 2008-09 

Summary of grant awarded in 2007-08 

Summary of grants awarded in 2006-07 

Summary of grant awarded in 2005-06 

Summary of grant awarded in 2004-05 

Summary of grant awarded in 2003-04 

Summary of grants awarded in 2002-03 

Summary of grant awarded in 2001-02 

Summary of grants awarded in 2000-01 


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