Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators

AMTE is the largest professional organization devoted to the improvement of mathematics teacher education — it includes over 1,000 members supporting the preservice education and professional development of preK-16 teachers of mathematics. Members include professors, researchers, teacher-leaders, school mathematics coordinators, policy experts, graduate students, and others. »Learn More


Webinar: AMTE Get the Facts Out

Tuesday, October 18, 12:00-1:00 pm Eastern Time

Presenters: Tim Hendrix, Meredith College: Jean Lee, University of Indianapolis; Gary Martin, Auburn University, Amy Roth McDuffie, Washington State University; Glenn Waddell, University of Nevada, Reno

Description: Join the AMTE GFO Task Force to learn more about Get the Facts Out and teacher recruitment. We will share basic information about the project for those folks who have not learned about GFO, and will share the most updated materials, information, and resources. Learn more about GFO at

AMTE Virtual Institute

October 19, 2022

Plan to join us for the 2022 AMTE Virtual Institute: Unpacking the Hidden Curriculum of Being a Mathematics Teacher Educator.  During this event, you will have an opportunity to engage a diverse group of mathematics teacher educators and explore the following topics:

  • Navigating the Job Market

  • Teaching and the Scholarship of Teaching

  • Establishing a Research Trajectory

  • Productivity and Wellness

  • Advocacy, DEI, & Equity-Centered Mathematics Education Research

  • Service to the Profession

If you are an early career mathematics teacher educator, postdoc, or graduate student, you do not want to miss this exciting opportunity to participate in this virtual learning experience.  

Registration is free for members and non-members. 


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2023 Annual AMTE Conference

New Orleans, LA

 February 2-4, 2023

Astor Crowne Plaza

The Annual Conference provides inclusive opportunities for a diverse community to engage with current research and practice, and to promote the improvement of mathematics teacher education.

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Press Release: Statement on The Role of Elementary Mathematics Specialists in the Learning and Teaching of Mathematics

This updated joint position of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE), the Association of State Supervisors of Mathematics (ASSM), NCSM: Leadership in Mathematics Education (NCSM) and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) calls for elementary mathematics specialists to help ensure equitable and effective mathematics learning for each and every student.

Read the statement here.

Press Release: AMTE Statement on Technology

One goal of AMTE is to improve mathematics teacher education and K-12 education by recognizing the ever-increasing impact of technology on our field. Our organization is thus committed to critically examining how technology intersects our work as Mathematics Teacher Educators (MTEs) and supporting research-based incorporation of technology in our work.

Read the statement here.

Press Release: AMTE Statement on Equitable and Inclusive Mathematics Teaching and Learning

AMTE advocates for teachers’ freedom to use their expertise and professional judgement to meet the individual needs of all learners in their complex classrooms as they work to teach mathematics in equitable and anti-racist ways. We recognize that mathematics curriculum is multifaceted and needs to represent the diverse experiences, histories, and identities that make up our world. For too long, mathematics curriculum has been presented from one point of view and has ignored contributions from mathematicians of color and from diverse backgrounds, opportunities to use mathematics for liberation, and connections between mathematics and the lived experiences of historically marginalized and minoritized students. It is important that there is diversity in representation and opportunities for learners to engage, explore, connect with, and question the curriculum and to see how mathematics extends beyond their experiences. As an organization, we support mathematics teacher educators and teachers across the nation who are working to bring this authenticity into the classroom to enhance the learning of mathematics for all.

Read the statement here

Standards for Preparing Teachers of Mathematics

Comprehensive, aspirational standards describing a national vision for the initial preparation of all teachers PreK-12 who teach mathematics.

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Timely, important updates for mathematics teacher educators.

The Fall 2022 issue provides a second collection of thematic articles focused on integration across disciplines and areas in mathematics teacher education. You will find information on the AMTE 2023 Conference, including two pre-conference sessions, the application process for the STaR program, and the opportunity to publish in AMTE’s Book Series. Read our President’s challenge to us at the start of the fall semester, along with the Equity Committee’s responses to critical questions about our responsibilities to mathematics teacher education. This issue also includes a number of updates on: the journals MTE and CITE-Math, AMTE’s two new Vice Presidents, Award recipients, Podcasts, and Affiliates.  

Susan Swars Auslander, Connections Editor 


Mathematics Teacher Educator Journal

Read the latest issue of Mathematics Teacher Educator, a scholarly journal co-published by AMTE and NCTM.

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MTE Podcast

The Mathematics Teacher Educator Podcast accompanies the Mathematics Teacher Educator Journal and is co-sponsored by the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics

Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education (CITE Journal)

CITE-M, a peer-reviewed journal sponsored jointly by AMTE and other organizations, features Just What Online Resources Are Elementary Mathematics Teachers Using?, by Emily J. Shapiro, Amanda G. Sawyer, Lara K. Dick & Tabitha Wismer.

Teaching Math Teaching Podcast

Conversations with math teacher educators stepping into the role of teaching math teachers