Support for Sharing the Mission
Mathematics Education Trust (MET) provides funding for professional development and recognition of outstanding contributions to the field of mathematics education through grants, scholarships, and awards.
NCTM encourages you to:
Supporting Teachers…Reaching Students…Building
Futures—A Focus on Opportunities for Spring
Speakers: Linda M. Fulmore and Richard Seitz
Members of the Mathematics Education Trust (MET) Board discuss the grant opportunities for this spring! Mathematics educators have a unique opportunity to help lead and develop new skills in teaching and learning and the Mathematics Education Trust has
different grants to help that vision become a reality.
Learn more about MET grants and scholarships in this webinar:
An Introduction to Mathematics Grants and Scholarships from the Mathematics Education Trust (MET)
Download Webinar Slides (PDF)
Find Insights - Get Inspired!
Get inspired. Read the MET Blog to gain insights on the MET grant process and to enhance your chances of receiving MET funding.
Browse. Find the opportunities that will help you improve classroom practices and increase your mathematical knowledge to ensure high-quality mathematics education for all students.
Find Tips for Writing Proposals
Prepare. Getting started is often the hardest part, but NCTM is here to help you make sure you're on the right path with Tips for Preparing a Successful Proposal.
Sign Up for Alerts
Submit. Keep track of key dates and ensure your proposal is received on time when you
sign-up for alerts via our e-newsletter. The deadlines for grant and award applications are in May (summer cycle) and November (winter cycle) each year.
Get Involved and Grow!
Grow. Demonstrate the innovative classroom practices or share the educational research you were able to pursue as an award recipient. Our entire community of math educators benefits when you share your voice, talent, and passion through increased involvement with NCTM.
Learn How to Donate
Give back. The Mathematics Education Trust supports the future of mathematics education through grants, scholarships, and awards that provide for the continued professional development and educational innovation of prospective and in-service math teachers and teacher educators. Your contribution makes these programs possible.