# Professional communities centered on mathematics

#### We connect teachers and professors through shared mathematical discovery.

#### Together, we are building a mathematical culture of curiosity, creativity, and collaboration.

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**Our vision:**Every teacher in the United States should have access to a Math Teachers’ Circle. Our goal is to have 300 Math Teachers’ Circles focused on middle school teachers by 2019. Learn how you can get involved…

## Latest News from MTC

- Math Teachers’ Circles featured in the Notices
**November 14, 2014**

Math Teachers’ Circles have been making the news lately. The most recent issue of the American Mathematical Society Notices, a magazine for professional mathematicians, featured MTCs in an article titled, “Math Teachers’ Circles: Partnerships between Mathematicians and Teachers.” Additionally, the … Continued - Math Teachers’ Circles: What Makes a Good One?
**November 6, 2014**

What makes a good Math Teachers’ Circle session? What makes a good Math Teachers’ Circle problem? These are the questions asked of each team at our How to Run a Math Teachers’ Circle workshops. At the workshop in Washington, D.C., … Continued - One-minute Math Teachers’ Circle videos
**October 28, 2014**

Do you want to share your MTC story? Tell us in one minute why you love your MTC and upload your video to YouTube. Then email the link to Hana Silverstein (hana @ aimath . org) and we’ll feature your … Continued