If you want to become involved with this national movement to improve secondary mathematics teacher preparation, consider taking one of these actions:
Join an existing partnership team in your geographic area – see map.
Create a new partnership team, including engaged higher education, K-12, and other partners collaborating to improve secondary mathematics teacher preparation in your region – see process.
Visit the RAC pages to find opportunities to engage.
Stay up to date with MTE-Partnership by joining us on OpenCanvas -- register at this link.
The Guiding Principles outline a vision for secondary mathematics teacher preparation. This vision is consistent with the AMTE Standards, which provide a broad national vision for the preparation of teachers of mathematics K-12.
Read more about the Networked Improvement Community model used by the MTE-Partnership in Martin and Howard (2015). The public access version of this article can be found here: http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/0022487115602312.
Read more about the Networked Improvement Community design in general on the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching website.
Read more about the formation of MTE-Partnership and the work of the RACs in the 2017 Conference Proceedings.
The MTE-Partnership was featured in a publication on The Right Network for the Right Problem in the Kappan.