International Corresponding Societies

  • International Corresponding Societies were established by NCTM to build ties with professional associations of mathematics education in other countries. Through this process NCTM and the designated international mathematics education associations mutually agree to: 

    • Offer information to members through professional publications and Website.
    • Invite members of the other organization who are residing in their respective countries to be “honored visitors” to their annual conferences.
    • Offer one complimentary registration for an official representative of the corresponding society to attend the organization’s annual conference.

    Applications and questions should be directed to Rick Scott.

    International Corresponding Societies of NCTM

    Asociación Nacional de Profesores de Matemáticas (Mexico) 

    Asociación Venezolana de Educación Matemática (Venezuela)  

    Associação de Professores de Matemática (Portugal) 

    Association des Professeurs de Mathémathiques de ?Enseignement Public (France) 

    Association of Teachers of Mathematics (United Kingdom) 

    Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers (Australia) 

    Chilean Society for Mathematics Education (Chile)

    European Society for Research in Mathematics Education (European) 

    Inter-American Committee on Mathematics Education (Americas) 

    International Commission on Mathematical Instruction (International)  

    International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (International)  

    Isfahan Mathematics House (Iran) 

    Mathematical Association of Victoria (Australia) 

    Red de Educación Matemática para América Central y El Caribe (Central America)

    Sociedade Brasileira de Educação Matemática (Brazil) 

    Sociedad de Educación Matemática Uruguaya (Uruguay)

    Sociedad Peruana de Educación Matemática (Peru)

    Spanish Federation of Societies of Mathematics Teachers (Spain)

    Vereniging vir Afrikaanse Wiskunde-onderwysers (South Africa)