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The Virginia Council of Teachers of Mathematics is an organization for ALL mathematics teachers in Virginia, from Elementary through College, from public or private, from pre-service to veteran.  If you are not currently a member, please consider joining today!  If you are a member, use this site to access our journal, find resources from past conferences, and apply for grants and other awards.

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Welcome to a new school year!

VCTM has been hard at work this summer making plans to support all mathematics educators. We have grant opportunities, scholarships, an AWARD-WINNING journal, newsletters, and are getting all of the details ready for the 2019 Conference. We hope this is the best year ever!

Deadline for conference proposals extended until december 10. Go to our conference page for details and to submit a proposal!

VCTM 2019 Conference

Our 2019 Conference will be held at Longwood University on March 8 - 9. Details about this event can be found on the conferences and PD page

We are currently accepting proposals to speak at our event. Please consider submitting a proposal!

2019 National Math Festival

Did you know that Washington, DC is the host of the 2019 National Math Festival? This incredible festival and its many free, fun, and surprising activities are just months away! The event is even more special when you come not just with family, but with friends, too! So be a multiplier, not a divider — and share your plans to attend on your favorite social media platforms. Remember, more friends attending = more fun!

Mark your calendars for May 4, 2019, and go to www.nationalmathfestival.org for more information. Let's see if we can get a strong contingent from VCTM attending!

Nominees being accepted for "Programs that Work"

The Virginia Mathematics and Science Coalition (VMSC) invite you to nominate effective student and teacher education projects and programs for its annual “Programs That Work” Awards. The VMSC recognizes exemplary mathematics, science, integrated science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) programs for which there is evidence of a positive impact on student or teacher learning.

For more information or to apply, go to www.vamsc.org/index.php/application.

Applications are due on December 10, 2018.


Applications are now being accepted for the Edward A Anderson Scholarship. This scholarship is awarded to a college student pursuing a career in teaching mathematics. For more information and to download the application form, go here.

Join us!

If you are already a VCTM member, thank you! If you are not currently a member, please think about joining today! 

For only $20 a year, you will become part of a community of over 1,000 mathematics educators in Virginia and:
  • Be eligible for over $7,000 in grant opportunities;
  • Receive our bi-annual AWARD-WINNING journal, the Virginia Mathematics Teacher;
  • Have online access to resources shared at over 5 years worth of annual conferences;
  • Have online access to back issues of the Virginia Mathematics Teacher and more!
For more details or to join, click the membership tab in the menu, or just click here.

Become involved!

We are always looking for members who want to get more involved in helping us be the best organization we can possibly be. 

There are lots of volunteer opportunities available from helping at our conference, to reviewing grant applications, to chairing a committee, to running for a position on the executive board.

To let us know of any areas where you would be able to help out, access your profile, select edit profile, and then scroll down to see the variety of volunteer opportunities we have available. Check a few boxes and click submit.

Thanks in advance!

Grant Opportunities

VCTM provides several grants for Virginia's mathematics educators. Select Grants and Scholarships from the menu to learn more. Most of these are only available to current VCTM members--one more reason to join us today!

Flanagan Innovation Grant: This $5,000 grant is designed to support educators who wish to create a meaningful, innovative project to enhance mathematics instruction. 

Karen Dee Michalowicz 1st Timers Grant: These grants are designed to support attendance at an upcoming NCTM or VCTM conference. 

Professional Development Grant: These $1,000 grants will support attendance at conferences or workshops, tuition 
reimbursement for mathematics education courses, or other professional development opportunities. Applications are accepted on a continual basis. 

Congratulations to our 2018-2019 Flanagan Innovation Grant Winner!

Edward A. Anderson Scholarship

VCTM seeks to award two scholarships to undergraduate students studying to becoming a mathematics teacher. Select Grants and Scholarships from the menu to learn more.

Spring 2018 Journal

Our Spring 2018 journal is available online. Members can download the full journal. Non-members can get a free preview of selected articles.

Members can also read back issues of the Virginia Mathematics Teacher by selecting Journal from the menu. Not a member? Join today!

Mathematics Educators of the Year

Each year, VCTM awards the Educator of the Year to a teacher at each of the following levels: elementary, middle, high, math specialist, university.

To learn more about the award or see our past winners, select Awards and Contests from the menu.

Mathematics Beauty Contest

VCTM is proud to sponsor the mathematics beauty contest for teachers. Each spring, we pose problems for a variety of grade bands that promote problem solving.

Learn about the contest or see past winners by visiting the math beauty contest page.

Local Affiliates

VCTM's local affiliate groups are hard at work planning their professional development events and conferences. Learn more about these events on our affiliates page

Affiliates should also consider applying for our Affiliate Grant, designed to help grow membership in your local organization. 

Announcing our 2018 - 2020 Board of Directors

Congratulations to our newest board members! 

Elementary Rep: Betsy Lett

Middle School Rep: Lisa LoConte-Allen

Secondary Rep: Jennifer Ray

Math Specialist: Spencer Jamieson

Four-Year College Rep: Ann Wallace
Spencer Jamieson, Math Specialist Rep
Betsy Lett, Elementary Rep
LoConte-Allen, Middle School Rep
Jennifer Ray, Secondary Rep
Ann Wallace, Four-Year College Rep

Upcoming events

Please send any updates, suggestions, or comments to the webmaster at vctmath@gmail.com

PO Box 73593
Richmond, VA 23235

Virginia Council of Teachers of Mathematics is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. 

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