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KCM is looking for teachers to join new learning cohort

Applications are now being accepted for new members of the Foundations for Primary Grades Mathematics (2nd- and 3rd-grade teachers) cohorts.

KCM mathematics’ conferences set

The 2018 Kentucky Center for Mathematics (KCM) Conference will be March 5-6 at the Marriott Griffin Gate Resort in Lexington. Information about the conference will be posted on the KCM website.

Professional learning conferences for mathematics

Keep your skills sharp with these upcoming professional learning opportunities.

SNAP training session to be offered in Bowling Green

The Kentucky Center for Mathematics will offer a SNAP (Student Numeracy Assessment Progressions) training session June 1-2 in Bowling Green. The two-day course for K-2...

Middle school math institute offers two sessions

The Kentucky Department of Education and the Kentucky Center for Mathematics are offering the Middle School Mathematics Summer Institute for middle school mathematics teachers,...

Registration open for spring mathematics conferences

Here are a few upcoming mathematics conferences to keep your eyes on this spring.

Fall for these mathematics professional learning opportunities

Falling in love with mathematics this February? Here on some professional learning opportunities that will help foster that love.

Ongoing professional learning opportunities in mathematics

As you prepare to start to new calendar year, here on some professional learning opportunities.

Catch these 2017 spring mathematics conferences

Although it seems as though we just started the new year, it’s not too early to plan for participating in spring mathematics conferences. Here are a few to keep your eyes on.

Why engage in professional learning communities/teams?

The professional learning community is a buzzword in the educational world, with schools and districts setting up schedules and mandating PLC time. Some educators, however, wonder if the original intent and purpose of professional learning communities has been lost.