MƒA has awarded 162 new four-year fellowships to K-12 mathematics and science teachers across 133 New York City public schools.
MƒA Chief Operating Officer Michael Driskill writes about how MƒA is helping teachers from different schools speak the same language about what matters most in teaching.
MƒA President John Ewing was named recipient of the Mary P. Dolciani Award, which recognizes a pure or applied mathematician who is making a distinguished and active contribution to the mathematical e
Program Awards 30 New Fellowships as Part of Second Cohort
MƒA Master Teacher Benjamin Rivera inspires students to pursue higher education and careers in STEM by showing exciting and worthwhile opportunities in various fields.
The MƒA Equity Advisory Committee helps to refine a shared definition for MƒA and provide feedback on action plans designed to foster an inclusive and empowering learning environment for all MƒA teach
MƒA President John Ewing, along with MƒA Master Teachers Vielca Anglin, Jude Julien, and Brian Palacios, joined the Teachers on Fire podcast roundtable to talk about all things MƒA.
I have learned a lot about teaching and my students this year, perhaps more than ever.
The MƒA mini course “A (Virtual) Night at the Museum” provided MƒA teachers with tools to do fieldwork even in the remote learning environment.
MƒA reaffirms its steadfast commitment to oppose hate wherever and however it occurs.