State Mathematics Conference

Every Fall NCCTM hosts the State Mathematics Conference. In addition, a Leadership Seminar is hosted each Fall on the day before the conference. 

2021 State Mathematics Conference
is finally here!

Math Love Frenzy

 will be held live via zoom

Tuesday, February 22, 2022 from 3:30 to 7:30, and
Thursday, February 24, 2022 from 3:30 to 7:30.

Presentations will begin each hour on the hour. 

Can't participate one of those days? Join the Saturday "watch party" starting at 10 AM for anyone who registers to watch selected presentations they missed during the live streams!

Conference details will be on sched (link coming soon!)

Zoom invitations with passwords will be emailed to speakers and registered participants on Monday, February 21. 

CEU certificates will be provided to all registered participants.

Registration is complementary for primary speakers.

Participants who are not speakers should register below.

Registration will remain open until Monday, February 21st at 12:00pm.

Register and Pay

NCCTM February Frenzy Conference Registration Fees

Current Members: $40.00

Non-members: $60.00

Students: $10.00

2020 State Mathematics Conference

Rooted in the Past and Growing to the Future - 50 Years and Counting
Held Virtually in August 2020

2019 State Mathematics Conference

Developing Mathematical Mindsets for All

2019 Conference Booklet

2018 State Mathematics Conference

Cultivating Coherence and Connections

2018 Conference Booklet

2017 State Mathematics Conference

Developing a Positive Mathematical Identity

2017 Conference Booklet

Schedule of State Conferences

2021:  November 11-12

2022:  November 10-11

2023: November 9-10

2024: November 14-15

A Message From Our President

Stefanie Buckner Hill
K-12 Mathematics Specialist
Buncombe County Schools

You have the power to change the future of Mathematics Teaching in North Carolina.

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NCCTM Statement on Equitable Access to Quality Mathematics Instruction

Students need to experience mathematics in ways that allow them to be successful and that give them the power to change the world. This experience needs to be delivered with both excellence and equality while resonating with the lives of Black, Latinx, Indigenous, Asian, and all marginalized peoples. Racism cannot be tolerated, and we as teachers must be vigilant that we do not tolerate nor contribute to racism, bias, hate, or violence in our classrooms.

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