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  • Making New Year's Resolutions? Resolve to Get a MET Grant

    By Ralph Connelly - January 2, 2018
    While you're in the process of making your New Year's Resolutions, why not add, "Apply for an NCTM Mathematics Education Trust Grant" to your list.

    Thanks for Supporting Mathematics Education!

    By Linda Fulmore, Richard Seitz, Ralph Connelly, and M. Alejandra Sorto - December 19, 2017
    As the year winds down, if you've contributed to MET, thank you! If you haven't yet contributed or are able to contribute more, now would be a great time to do so.

    Support MET! Help Us Get to our First Billion!

    By Richard Seitz - December 5, 2017
    It is time to give back to mathematics education.

    How You Inspire!

    By Linda M. Fulmore - November 21, 2017
    The MET Board is charged with the difficult task of selecting the winner for each grant and scholarship category. I personally take great pleasure in reading the applications and inspired by the stories.

    New Round of Grants for May 2018!

    By M. Alejandra Sorto - November 7, 2017
    Fall is a great time to start planning for MET Grants and Scholarships due May 04, 2018! We have funding opportunities for prospective and in-service teachers, including instructional coaches.

    Keep Our Profession STRONG! Give to MET!

    By Linda M. Fulmore - October 17, 2017
    Your donation makes a difference for educators and schools all over the United States, Canada, and beyond.

    Grants for Math and Music and History and More!

    By Richard Seitz - October 3, 2017
    Did you know MET supports grants for special mathematical connections?

    Some Capital Ideas for Getting the Capital to Get to the Capital

    By Ralph Connelly - September 19, 2017
    Have you always wanted to go to an NCTM annual meeting, but just didn't know how you could afford it?

    Do You Teach in a Multilingual Classroom? (Pre-K-12)

    By Linda M. Fulmore - September 8, 2017
    Diversity must be embraced in today's classrooms. Learning to respect different cultures, languages and viewpoints help students become better prepared to enter into the world before them.

    Announcing a Brand New Grant

    By Linda M. Fulmore - August 23, 2017
    Develop Professional Learning for your District or School!

    Grants for Course Work in Math

    By Nihad Ziad - August 8, 2017
    We want to help you reach your professional development goals and support the good work you do.

    Design Innovative Lessons and Activities for Math Teaching K–8

    By Richard Seitz - July 25, 2017
    Grab a team of math educators and sign up for the newest NCTM grant!

    Celebrate a Lifetime of Achievement in Mathematics Education

    By Richard Seitz - July 11, 2017
    Honoring the leaders who have dedicated their lives to mathematics is also a way to honor all of us.

    These Grants Could Be for Canadians, Eh?

    By Ralph Connelly - June 28, 2017
    That's right! Canadians (and other North American Teachers) are encouraged to apply to the Mathematics Education Trust (MET) of NCTM for the grants and awards that are available!

    Give Back to Mathematics Education – Support the Math Ed Trust

    By Richard Seitz - May 16, 2017
    After many years of involvement in mathematics education, I know that it is time to support a new generation.

    Dreaming About 2018 Grants for Math Educators

    By Fern Tribbey - May 2, 2017
    Start dreaming and plan your 2018 grant for mathematics education. Winter cycle grants are due November 3, 2017.

    What Grants for Math Educators are Due May 5th?

    By Richard Seitz - April 18, 2017
    In a busy life, the best choice may be to take a little time out to write a grant. Grants from the Mathematics Education Trust are extraordinary resources for mathematics educators.

    Wow! Subscribe to the MET Blog?

    By Richard Seitz - April 4, 2017
    When you hear about an exciting math project or professional learning opportunity that needs a small push to become a reality, funding by the Mathematics Education Trust can be the transformation that puts the wheels on your bandwagon.