Minnesota Council of Teachers of Mathematics

An affiliate of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
The MCTM is an organization of professionals dedicated to promoting the teaching and learning of meaningful mathematics for all students by supporting educators in their efforts to improve mathematics instruction.

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Minnesota Math Leaders 2-Day Leadership Series

Catalyzing Change for Mathematics in Minnesota, November 2021 and February 2022

More information to come...

Spring Conference

Each spring we hold our annual Spring Conference. 

In 2021 we held our FIRST Virtual Conference and it's not too late to register to access the presentations. Register here or Sign in here if you already registered. 

Questions about registration or accessing the conference, email:

SAVE THE DATE for our Future Spring Conferences, back in Duluth, MN: 

  • April 28th-30th, 2022
  • April 20th-22nd, 2023
  • April 11th-13th, 2024
  • April 24th-26th, 2025

Our Conferences

    • April 16, 2021
    • 2:00 PM
    • March 10, 2022

    You can still register for the 2021 Spring Conference.  130+ sessions are accessible.  LIVE sessions were recorded and are uploaded to the conference platform.

    Sessions will be available until March 2022.

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    Questions about registration or accessing the conference, email:

    • November 18, 2021
    • February 10, 2022
    • 2 sessions

    $25 for each session per person.   It is recommended having access to the appropriate Catalyzing Change resource prior to the session.

    Who should register?

    • Administrators, District Curriculum Leaders, Coaches, Teacher Leaders, Teachers

    Thursday November 18, 2021: Why Catalyzing Change?- During this session participants will dive deep into the recommendations from Catalyzing Change. Why and how do these recommendations impact MN Mathematics? What is the purpose of K-12 Mathematics instruction?

    Thursday February 10, 2022: Creating Equitable Structures in Mathematics - At the heart of education is doing what is best for each student. During this session participants will reflect and analyze the systems and structures that support success in mathematics. Teams will be able to determine action steps to create and sustain equitable structures in mathematics for our students?

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