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Careers2Communities (C2C) seeks to improve outcomes for all students. The program, funded by The Expanding Access to Well-Rounded Courses Demonstration Grants Program, will enhance college and career readiness through a series of online Career and Technical Education (CTE) and well-rounded education programs.

Pathway2Careers™ Curriculum is one of the series of solutions made available through the C2C program and supported by MC2. Learn more about Pathway2Careers. This is a free curriculum for NM teachers.

Professional Learning & Curriculum Implementation

Mathematically Connected Communities (MC2is excited to be a part of the C2C program to promote Pathway2Careers (P2C) math curricula in New Mexico middle and high schools. All curriculum implementation support and professional development will be guided by MC2.


Develop a Teacher Leader Cadre (TLC) from across New Mexico to facilitate effective professional learning of P2C resources



Provide information sessions and professional learning for teams of teachers across New Mexico to pilot and implement P2C lessons


Geometry, Algebra 1 & Grade 8 Math Teachers:
Are you interested in joining the early adopter cohort?

For more information and to let us know that you're interested, click the button on the right. Teachers may apply individually but are encouraged to apply as a team with colleagues from your school to be able to discuss implementation ideas collaboratively.

  • Teachers will implement lessons to complement their current curriculum resource and provide students with valuable information regarding careers that utilize mathematics.
  • Teachers will be compensated for participating in the early adopter cohort.
  • Early adopter cohorts will begin in March and run through the month of May.
  • Time expectations will be approximately 3 hours a week, including participating in a virtual (PD) learning cycle to:
    • Plan a Pathway2Careers (P2C) lesson
    • Implement the lesson with students
    • Provide feedback (both teacher and student) to curriculum developers







For more information about implementing P2C, contact:

Pat Carden, Director