- A partnership of dedicated math educators, including teachers, mathematicians, researchers, and school district administrators, working collectively to improve mathematics learning for K-12 students 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)
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.
Our mission is to 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.
The goal of Mathematically Connected Communities (MC²) is to improve mathematics learning for students in grades K-12 through professional learning experiences that
- Build teacher mathematics knowledge and pedagogical skills for effective teaching and
- 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.