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of mathematics students from kindergarten and beyond
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The purposes of KAMTE are:

1. To provide a vehicle for such purposes as addressing concerns, disseminating information and research, promoting effectiveness, and coordinating efforts in the preparation and continuing development of teachers of mathematics.

2. To promote excellence in the preparation and continuing development of teachers of mathematics.

3. To advocate for high quality mathematics education for all.

4. To establish collaborative working groups of mathematics teacher education professionals.

  • Recent KAMTE events

  • Book studies on Catalyzing Change in High School Mathematics (published by NCTM) and White Fragility (by Robin DiAngelo)

  • KAMTE Virtual Summit for mathematics teacher educators with featured speakers Dorothy Y. White (University of Georgia, previous AMTE Board member), Christa Jackson (Iowa State University, current AMTE board member), Funda Gonulates (Northern Kentucky University, Kentucky Center for Mathematics Faculty Associate)

  • KAMTE Pre-Service Teacher Virtual Conference with featured speakers Jennifer Bay-Williams (University of Louisville, former president of AMTE), Chris Franklin (University of Georgia, K-12 Statistics Ambassador for the American Statistical Association), Julie Adams (Regional Consultant, Kentucky Center for Mathematics), Dee Crescitelli (Director at the Kentucky Center for Mathematics) 

    Upcoming KAMTE events

    Mark your calendars and plan to participate.

  • AMTE Webinar Series: Humanizing Mathematics, Mondays February 8, March 8, April 12. Participants will watch and discuss AMTE webinars.  Webinars are:
a.        Monday, February 8:  Exploring the AMTE Standards: Social Contexts of Mathematics Teaching and Learning, webinar by Marilyn Strutchens, Auburn University and Dorothy Y. White, University of Georgia.
b.        Monday, March 8:  Promoting Equity in PreK-8 Mathematics Teacher Preparation, webinar by TEACH Math Project Team
c.        Monday, April 12: Inviting Rough Draft Thinking to Humanize the Mathematics Classroom, webinar by Amanda Jansen, University of Delaware
  • Pre-Service Teacher Virtual Conference Spring 2021, Friday, February 26

Go to for more information on KAMTE and our upcoming events!

For more information or questions, feel free to contact KAMTE president Cheryll Johnson at

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