The 15th Annual MƒA Fall ƒunction honors accomplished New York City mathematics and science teachers for making a lasting impact in local schools, communities, and the teaching profession.
Nonprofit positions 900+ STEM leaders to take on leadership roles in local schools.
The new MƒA website site has been reimagined visually and offers new ways for audiences inside and outside the MƒA community to discover and share the latest MƒA happenings, resources, and content.
Teachers from Bayside High School and Urban Assembly School of Design and Construction have influenced the teaching profession in exceptional ways.
Nationally renowned computer scientist, mathematician, and scholar Maria Klawe has been named the next president of MƒA.
MƒA will honor more than 900 accomplished New York City mathematics and science teachers at its 14th MƒA Fall ƒunction gala on Saturday, November 12.
I.S. 223 Montauk and Bayside High School also awarded $5,000 each.
Fellowship empowers nearly 900 K-12 STEM teachers to positively impact schools and students.
The $56.6 million gift will fund a program to help train the next generation of science, technology, engineering and mathematics leaders.
High school mathematics teacher Kate Belin and high school science teacher Mimi Prabhu have each been awarded the 2021 MƒA Muller Award for Professional Influence in Education.