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2015 State Math Tournament Winners

Congratulations to Northview High School, this year's state math tournament winner! Check out the full list of placing teams and champions for this year's tournament.

Math Day at the Capitol

Legislators, capitol employees, and members of the governor's staff had an opportunity to hear about the importance of a quality mathematics education in Georgia at the 2nd Annual Math Day at the Capitol on Tuesday, February 24, 2015. GCTM members and the three students in attendance were recognized during a point of personal privilege in the Senate and during an announcement in the House of Representatives. (See the pictures!)



State Math Tournament Books

New editions of the 4th and 5th volumes of the State Math Tournament books are now available, and more volumes are in the works! (more..)

Moving Forward for Georgia's Students

GCTM working alongside the Georgia Science Teachers Association (GSTA), Georgia Council of Teachers of English (GCTE), Georgia Council for the Social Studies, and the Georgia STEAM Alliance Network, have released a joint op-ed on Georgia Education Standards. (read the op-ed)

2014 Georgia Math Conference at Rock Eagle

The 2014 Georgia Mathematic Conference was held at the Rock Eagle 4-H Conference Center on October 15-17, 2014. The theme this year focused on access and equity for all students as we enter the third year of implementation of the Common Core Georgia Performance Standards for mathematics


Keynote speakers included Janna Peskett of Mindset Works, Scholastic; Cindy Moss of Discovery Learning; and Kati Haycock, Ed Trust President, and there was a special conference session with candidates for State School Superintendent, Valerie Wilson and Richard Woods. Additionally, featured speakers this year included Brian Newsome, Christine Franklin, Claire Pierce, Eric Milou, Jan Scott, Kenneth Jones, Tim Howard, Susie Hakansson, Sherry Parrish, Cindy Moss, Kevin Moore, Florence Fasanelli, and Tom Reardon, and sessions tackled all sorts of topics: the Common Core; STEM education; forming a math team; technology in the classroom, great math problems, making math accessible for all; AP math classes; working with at-risk students; and much more...

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