Mathematics Education Membership Organizations

State & Regional

  • The Association of Teachers of Mathematics in Maine (ATOMIM). This non-profit organization encourages and assists the improvement of the teaching of mathematics at all levels and facilitates communications among teachers, administrators and the community about math learning. ATOMIM holds an annual conference, conducts regional professional development and publishes a quarterly newsletter.
  • Association of Teachers of Mathematics in New England (ATMNE). ATMNE coordinates the efforts of six New England member states in order to facilitate increased interest in mathematics, to secure improvements in the teaching of mathematics, to establish close relations among teachers and users of mathematics and to link organizations of mathematics teachers in New England into one cohesive association. The association holds an annual meeting and publishes a newsletter as well as the New England Math Journal.

National

  • National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM). This council offers a public voice of mathematics education, providing vision, leadership and professional development to support teachers in ensuring equitable mathematics learning of the highest quality for all students. NCTM holds national and regional conferences each year, provides online professional development, publishes numerous mathematics education resources, and has a website loaded with teaching resources. Most of the website is open to all, but some “Members Only” sections exist.
  • National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics (NCSM). Provides support in leadership in mathematics education through professional development, position papers and networking across the nation. NCSM holds national and regional conferences each year, provides online professional development and publishes mathematics education resources. A few sections of the website are open to "Members Only."
  • TODOS: Mathematics for All. This organization advocates for an equitable and high quality math education for all students – in particular, Hispanic/Latino students – by increasing the equity to foster students’ proficiency in rigorous and coherent mathematics.
  • Women and Mathematics Education (WME). WME promotes the mathematics education of girls and women.