Creating Mathematically Connected Communities

New Mexico Teachers Are Invited to Join
Summer 2017 MathLab™

Locations & Dates:
Las Cruces:
June 5-9 (Grades 6-12) (Full)      Los Lunas: June 12-16 (Grades K-12)
Alamogordo: June 5-9 (Grades K-5) (Full)     Española: June 19-23 (Grades 3-5 & 6-8)

Teachers interested in attending, please email Terri Sainz at (include name, district, school, and grade level) to recieve a registration link. Registration is open until available spaces are filled.

Please note, registration is $400 per person, which includes follow-up regional content workshops during the academic year and online support resources. Participants that must travel more than 50 miles (one-way) to attend are eligible for either hotel (double occupancy) or partial reimbursement for gas. Lodging information will be sent when registration is confirmed.

Send your check or purchase order payable to:
MC2 ERB / NMSU College of Education
Attention: Lydia Medrano
Box 30001 MSC 3R
Las Cruces, NM 88003

Fax: 575-646-3020

Mathematically Connected Communities (MC² ) is:

  • A partnership of educators including university mathematicians, school administrators, researchers, and mathematics educators across the state of New Mexico
  • State and federally funded by New Mexico Public Education Department (PED), US Department of Education/Math-Science Partnership (MSP), and Higher Education Department (HED)

Vision: Our vision is to improve student achievement and the teaching and learning of K-12 mathematics by building a statewide learning community of mathematics educators, mathematicians, and public school leaders.

Mission: Develop a sustainable, statewide learning community of teachers, teacher leaders, and principals who are highly knowledgeable about the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics (CCSS-M) and effective instructional strategies that support all students' learning and achievement in mathematics.

Goal: The goal of Mathematically Connected Communities (MC²) is to improve the mathematics learning for students in grades K-12 through professional learning experiences that

1) Build teacher mathematics knowledge and pedagogical skills for effective teaching and
2) Promote district capacity for creating support systems and structures for educator
    ongoing, job-embedded professional learning.

Brochure: Click here for a brochure to learn more about MC².

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Upcoming MC² Events

  • MC² eNewsletters - Anyone not currently on the MC² listserv may subscribe by emailing their name, district, school, city/state and grade level to and requesting to be included.

  • Partner District Leadership Meetings - Leadership teams comprised of central office/campus level administrators and lead teachers attend meetings facilitated by MC² staff a minimum of three times per year to develop and monitor their district plan for improving mathematics learning. Please contact your MC² Mathematics Education Specialist for your district's schedule.


  For more information please contact
    MC² office or your
Mathematics Education Specialist

² Office:
Office Phone: 575.646.3084
Fax: 575

Mailing Address:
Box 30001 MSC 3R
Las Cruces, NM 88003

MC² Staff

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