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About VCTM


The Virginia Council of Teachers of Mathematics is the public voice of mathematics education in Virginia, supporting teachers to ensure equitable mathematics learning at the highest quality for all students through leadership, professional development, and research.


The Virginia Council of Teachers of Mathematics is the state’s leading community of educators, by educators, for the benefit of all K-16 mathematics educators. VCTM members are connected, valued, and supported to ensure all VA students have access to the highest quality mathematics teaching and learning. We envision Virginia students who are inspired by the usefulness and beauty of mathematics, empowered by the opportunities mathematics affords, and prepared as confident doers of mathematics in the changing Digital Era.


VCTM was founded March 18, 1976.  The founding officers were
President: S. Stuart Flanagan, William and Mary
President-Elect:  William Setzer, Roanoke County Schools
Secretary: Linda T. Boxley, Spotsylvania High School
Treasurer: Helen S. Edens, Chesterfield County Schools
NCTM Representative: Burton F. Alexander, Petersburg High School
Membership Dues were originally $5.00 for teachers and $2.50 for students.

Executive Board

Our executive board is comprised of the following elected members:

NCTM Representative
Two Elementary Representatives
Two Middle School Representatives
Two High School Representatives
Math Specialist Representative
Two-Year College Representative
Two Four-Year College Representatives


Much of the work of our organization is done in committees.  We are always in need of volunteers to serve on or chair committees.  If you are interested, please consider going to your account and volunteering for one or more committees.


Our organization is governed by our adopted constitution. The constitution was last amended in May 2014.

Click here for our current constitution.

Virginia Council of Teachers of Mathematics
PO Box 73593
Richmond, VA 23235 

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