Thank you very much for your interest in the career of secondary school mathematics teacher. Unfortunately, MƒA has discontinued the Fellows program. The alternate route to licensure through the University of Utah's MS Mathematics teaching degree will continue to be offered. If interested, please review the information about the program and apply here. You will only need to apply to the University of Utah for this program, so do not apply to Math for America. We are hoping to have a 2016 cohort, so please check back for updates.
MƒA Master Teachers
The 2016 MfA Master Teachers application will be open May 1, 2016.
Math for America (MƒA) was founded in New York City in 2004. The mission of MƒA is to improve mathematics and science education in US public secondary schools by building a corps of outstanding STEM teachers and leaders. MƒA NY offers the MƒA Fellowship, MƒA Early Career Fellowship, MƒA Master Teacher Fellowship and MƒA School Leader Fellowship. The MƒA Master Teacher Fellowship is now open to both mathematics and science teachers.
MƒA was the congressional model for legislation creating the National Science Foundation Teaching and Master Teaching Fellowships through the Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship program in the America COMPETES Act. MƒA was highlighted as an example of a program working to improve the quality of mathematics teaching in the 2010 President's Council of Advisors on Science and Technology report to the President, "Prepare and Inspire: K-12 Education in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) for America's Future."
MƒA Utah launched in January 2010 with funding from the National Science Foundation Robert Noyce Teaching Scholarship Program, the Math for America Foundation, and the State of Utah. Our primary mission continues to be the support of mathematics teacher leaders within a collaborative community focused on improving the quality of mathematics education in Utah. We believe that quality mathematics education is founded on strong content knowledge, content-based pedagogy and collaborative communities. Further, we believe that teaching is a noble and complex profession with skills that require time and a great deal of effort to acquire.
MƒA Utah continues to support the Fellows from the 2010-2015 MƒA Fellows program, all of whom are now currently practicing secondary teachers of mathematics. To review the list of current Fellows and their information, visit the Fellows tab above.
MƒA Utah currently operates two programs: