# 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

- Problem Circle contest winner!
**September 30, 2015**

In the “Problem Circle” section of the Summer/Fall 2015 MTCircular, James Tanton shared a finger-counting challenge. It is our pleasure to announce the winner of the challenge: Nina White, from the Wayne County Math Teachers’ Circle! Nina will receive a … Continued - Summer/Autumn Issue of MTCircular Now Available
**August 31, 2015**

The Summer/Autumn 2015 issue of MTCircular, the newsletter of the Math Teachers’ Circle Network, is finally here! We are pleased to bring you this special issue of the MTCircular, which features articles contributed by presenters at a Joint Mathematics Meetings … Continued - Northern Kentucky MTC featured in Kentucky Teacher
**August 7, 2015**

Kentucky’s first Math Teachers’ Circle is giving middle school mathematics teachers in northern Kentucky the chance to work out their problems both literally and figuratively, as they can exchange ideas with professors and math professionals and take time to rediscover … Continued