Annual Meeting and Exposition

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    Be part of the nation's premier math education event

    April 15–18 • Boston Register today!

    Join more than 8,000 of your mathematics education peers at the premier math education event of the year to learn the latest in effective teaching strategies to ensure mathematics success for all. 

    Why Attend

    Hear what makes the Annual Meeting a must-attend event year-after-year from fellow attendees and your colleagues in the classroom, then make your plans to join us in Boston today!

    What You Gain

    "Anyone who calls themselves a math instructor should definitely attend this conference" - Janelle Miller, math coach from Illinois and 2014 Meeting attendee. 

    Examine the innovative ideas that can improve the quality of learning for every student.  

    • Insights into implementation and assessment of the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics 
    • Best practices directly from experts in mathematics education 
    • New ideas for integrating mathematics into other disciplines and supporting student learners

    Get even more. Attending the NCTM Annual Meeting is also an important opportunity to collaborate and expand your professional network, and to learn about the latest teaching aids, lesson resources, and math activities in the Exhibit Hall. 

    "Get ideas from these people, hear their stories. It's a window into worlds that you don't live." - Laurie Bass, teacher from New York and 2014 Meeting attendee

    "I really loved the Exhibit area, because I had no idea there were the resources that were available to me. And it just allowed me to get new ideas and see all the potential that I could bring back to my students." -Ricci Slobodnik, high school teacher from Nevada and 2014 Meeting attendee. 

    Who is Going

    Expand your professional network by including yourself in the list:

    • Pre-K—12 teachers
    • Math teacher educators
    • New and soon-to-be teachers
    • Math coaches and specialists
    • Math researchers
    • School and district administrators