About Mathematics Education Trust
The Mathematics Education Trust (MET) was established in 1976 to channel the generosity of contributors through the creation and funding of grants, awards, honors, and other projects that support the improvement of mathematics teaching and learning.
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MET Grants and Awards
MET grants, scholarships, awards—
NCTM Lifetime Achievement Awards are presented annually to recognize a lifetime of achievement in mathematics education.
grants and scholarships are presented to individuals or schools after a selective review of proposals submitted by applicants.
Awards range from $1,500 to $24,000 and cover costs such as:
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MET Board of Trustees
MET is administered by the MET Board of Trustees, which is appointed by the NCTM president and approved by the NCTM Board of Directors. The MET Board is composed of four members who serve four-year terms and chair the Board in their last year. The Board of Trustees establishes policies and procedures for the Mathematics Education Trust; establishes and monitors policy for the investments of MET funds; initiates and monitors MET award programs; selects or oversees the selection of awardees in MET programs; and, oversees the fundraising aspects of the Trust.
Ken Krehbiel, Executive Director
Ken Krehbiel is Executive Director of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM), the world’s largest organization representing mathematics education with 30,000 members and more than 230 Affiliates in the United States and Canada. He is an ex-officio member of the NCTM Board of Directors.
Before joining NCTM as Director of Communications in 2000, he was Director of Communications at the American Academy of Actuaries, where he was responsible for media relations and all publications, and was Executive Editor for an award-winning magazine. There he co-managed a public relations program that was recognized by the Public Relations Society of America with a Silver Anvil Award, PRSA’s highest honor, for association institutional programs. Before his 30-year career in association management, he was a Music Director and Announcer in the National Public Radio system and was Editor for NPR’s “Performance Today.”
He holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Kansas and a master’s degree from Johns Hopkins University.
MET Annual Reports
The Mathematics Education Trust produces a report annually that highlights award and grant recipients and acknowledges those who have contributed to MET.
2021 MET Annual Report (PDF)
2020 MET Annual Report (PDF)
2019 MET Annual Report (PDF)
2018 MET Annual Report (PDF)
2017 MET Annual Report (PDF)
2016 MET Annual Report (PDF)
2015 MET Annual Report (PDF)
2014 MET Annual Report (PDF)
2013 MET Annual Report (PDF)
2012 MET Annual Report (PDF)
2011 MET Annual Report (PDF)
2010 MET Annual Report (PDF)
2009 MET Annual Report (PDF)
2008 MET Annual Report (PDF)
2007 MET Annual Report (PDF)
2006 MET Annual Report (PDF)
2005 MET Annual Report (PDF)
2004 MET Annual Report (PDF)