NCTM Research Conference: Washington, D.C.


The NCTM Research Conference is an opportunity to network with fellow mathematics education researchers at sessions that address the field's most important topics.

The conference offers leading mathematics education researchers the opportunity to:

  • Attend relevant sessions that focus on connecting practitioners and researchers.
  • Receive feedback on your work and benefit from exposure to alternative points of view.
  • Examine and discuss current issues in mathematics education.
  • Capitalize on the collective wisdom available when researchers and practitioners come together to discuss mathematics education and research. 

With a full agenda featuring several types of presentations, timely speakers, and today's most discussed topics, the conference is an opportunity to network, learn, and discuss the innovations and findings that influence the future of mathematics education.

NCTM Annual Meeting & Exposition: Washington, D.C.


Join thousands of your mathematics education peers at the premier math education event of the year! Network and exchange ideas, engage with innovation in the field, and discover new learning practices that will drive student success.

The latest teaching trends and topics will include:


  • Tools and Technology: Using Technology to Effectively Teach and Learn Mathematics 
  • Access, Equity, and Empowerment: Teaching Mathematics with an Equity Stance 
  • Purposeful Curriculum: Cultivating Coherence and Connections 
  • Teaching, Learning, and Curriculum: Best Practices for Engaging Students 
  • Assessment: A Tool for Purposeful Planning and Instruction 
  • Professionalism: Learning Together as Teachers 
  • Mathematical Modeling: Interpreting the World through Mathematics 
  • Emerging Issues and Hot Topics

NCTM Regional Conference: Kansas City

Specific information about this conference will be available this summer.

One exciting bit of news is that the opening speaker will be Dr. Christine Darden, one of the computers Hidden Figures was based on.