Affiliate Corner

Affiliate News

Reminders to all AMTE Affiliates

  • 2024 Affiliate Dues: 2024 annual payment will be due on December 31, 2023 and will cover the fiscal year 2024. Payments received after this date will incur a $20 late fee. Dues may be paid directly through the form on the website or mailed to the AMTE Treasurer
  • Update your affiliate information on the AMTE website.
  • The Active Affiliate Award (A3) of $80 will go toward affiliate dues, if your Affiliate meets the requirements and is the recipient of a random drawing.

The Affiliate Connections Committee has been working on setting their annual goals based on the information we received at the annual 2023 AMTE Conference. Your state affiliate may have already been contacted by their regional representative about our Goodwill Tour. The Goodwill Tour is an effort to reach out to state affiliates to see if they can be of service in some way or attend one of your meetings virtually. They will also be requesting some information for the resources we are putting together such as which affiliates have journals or newsletters they share with their members, what organizations do they partner with for various issues or events, and about conferences.

If you have questions, please reach out to your regional representative or myself, Pam Bailey,

AMTE-NC (North Carolina)

The North Carolina affiliate spent time this academic year discussing, writing, and collaborating on science of math counterclaim documents. The 2-page documents overview the claims from the science of math group and offer research-based alternatives aligned with NCTM and AMTE's visions for mathematics instruction. They provide resources to extend the conversation about those claims. Please contact AMTE-NC President or Past-President for more information: Katie Baker,, or Cyndi Edgington,

AMTEC (Connecticut)

The Connecticut chapter of Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTEC) held its annual spring business meeting and conference on May 12, 2023, which focused on the theme Rest Stop: Rejuvenate - Celebrating the Joy in Mathematics Teacher Education. Presentations included those from AMTEC members from around the state, as well as a virtual presentation from current AMTE President, Enrique Galindo. Additionally, AMTEC held elections for its executive board. Our board now includes the following: President Jillian Cavanna (University of Hartford), Vice President Elizabeth Salgado (Naugatuck Valley Community College), Treasurer Maria Mitchell (University of Hartford), Secretary Leah Frazee (Central CT State University), and Board Members Melissa Gunter (Central CT State University), Younhee Lee (Southern CT State University), Ekaterina Lioutikova (University of Saint Joseph), and Jennifer Phaiah (Sacred Heart University). Looking ahead, AMTEC is preparing for our annual fall conference for membership. Questions and inquiries can be sent to

NJAMTE (New Jersey)

On Friday, June 2nd we hosted our 14th Annual Conference of the New Jersey Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (NJAMTE) at The College of New Jersey. The theme of the conference was "Catalyzing Change in Math Teacher Education in a Post-Pandemic Era." We had a variety of sessions about catalyzing change such as finding common ground between math and special educators, promoting neurodiversity as an asset, and adopting an ethnomodeling approach to teaching. Our keynote speaker, Eric Milou from Rowan University, talked about lessons learned from the pandemic. We also had a panel discussion on teacher shortage with various participating stakeholders.

In the picture below we have some of our speakers. Mathematics Education PhD student Christa Mawn (top left) and Drs. Victoria Bonaccorso and Steven Greenstein from Montclair State University (top right). The participants of the panel (bottom, in order from right): Scott Rocco, Superintendent of Hamilton Township School District; Frank Forte, Faculty from Raritan Valley Community College; Jeanne M. DelColle, Executive Director for the Center for Future Educators at TCNJ; Joshua Frye, Faculty from County College of Morris.










Managing your Affiliate Page in the AMTE Affiliates Directory

Is your affiliate’s page in the AMTE Affiliates Directory up to date? One representative from each affiliate can be granted access to edit that affiliate’s information in the online directory. Each affiliate page includes an overview section that can link to the affiliate website, a list of affiliate leaders, and a section for additional information. To find out more about managing your affiliate’s webpage, go to The link to the AMTE Web Team provides an easy way to register or change your affiliate representative. 

Your AMTE Affiliates Connections Committee

The 2022 ACC members and the regions/affiliates they serve appear below.

Pamela Bailey

ACC Chair

Facilitates all ACC Reps

Rebecca Borowski  

West Region


Maria Franshaw

Midwest Region


Nicolette Nalu

Southeast 1 Region  


Johanna Massey  

Southeast 2 Region


Monica Merritt

Northeast Region


The Affiliates Connections Committee and Chair can be contacted through the email address or through contact information provided at