Mathematically Connected Communities (MC²) is a partnership of dedicated math educators including teachers, university mathematicians, school/district administrators, and researchers working collaboratively to improve mathematics learning for K-12 students across the state of New Mexico. We are a research-based organization currently funded by the New Mexico Public Education Department (PED), numerous New Mexico school districts, and additional external sources. cropped-mc-banner2-300x141.jpg


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.

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What is Mathematically Connected Communities (MC²)?

Why partner with Mathematically Connected Communities?

What Can Number Talks Do for Students in New Mexico?
(Produced through collaboration among Los Alamos
National Lab, Math & Science Academy, and Mathematically
Connected Communities)