Are you ready for this year’s Kentucky Council of Teachers of Mathematics (KCTM) Conference? Here’s a rundown of what is scheduled for the Nov. 4-5 event. It is as easy as 1-2-3.

  1. New this year are preconference sessions scheduled for Nov. 4 at the Gheens Academy in Louisville. The cost is $35 per person for each six-hour pre-conference session; lunch is included. Register for one of the two pre-conference sessions through the KCTM conference site here. The sessions include:
  • “Engaging in the Standards for Mathematical Practice” session – Partnership Institute for Math and Science Education Reform (PIMSER)
  • “Leading Math Educators” – session specifically designed for administrators and teacher leaders
  1. The KCTM banquet will be at the Wildwood Country Club on the evening of Nov. 4. Tickets for the banquet may be ordered through the KCTM conference site at a cost of $25 per ticket. Reunite with mathematics educators and supporters to celebrate accomplishments in mathematics education. Awards to be presented include the Ann Booth Mathematics Education Service Awards, KCTM Grant Awards and the Presidential Awards of Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching Awards.
  1. The KCTM conference will be Nov. 5 at Fern Creek High School in Louisville. The two featured speakers this year will be blogger and Mississippi math teacher Jennifer Wilson and Kentucky Commissioner of Education Stephen Pruitt.

The early registration fee for members is $70 and must be paid by Oct. 21. When a member registers, she or he will have the option to pay the fee and for any tickets to the KCTM Awards Banquet online through PayPal or manually with a check. Registrants who do not pay through PayPal will receive an e-mail with instructions for manual payments; please note that purchase orders will not be accepted. The e-mail with the registrant’s information will serve as an invoice; no other invoice will be provided.

The registration cannot be confirmed without full payment.

For additional information and online registration, please visit