Better Together: California Teachers Summit
This summer, more than 20,000 teachers from across the state will gather for Better Together: California Teachers Summit, a one-of-a-kind event designed to help teachers like you build a powerful network of peers, share best practices and access effective resources to implement the new California Standards, including the mathematics standards. The FREE event will take place on Friday, July 31, 2015 from 8:00 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. and will be held at 33 locations, including college and university campuses across the state.
CMC Conference Registration to Open Soon
Registration for the CMC South Conference in Palm Springs November 6 & 7 is scheduled to open later this month and for the CMC North Conference in Pacific Grove in August. Look for official announcements on our Facebook page, Twitter, and on our website.
Jump into Math in the New School Year: Host a CMC Math Festival
CMC offers your school a powerful, cost-effective way to bring your students, teachers, and families together to experience the Common Core first-hand, not just hear and read about it. A Math Festival is hands-on, activity-based program for every student, K–8, in your school—and our Family Mathematics Festival is a great way to send the message about the importance of mathematics to parents.
BOOK a Math Festival for your school! Dates are available September through June. 2015-2016 Math Festival rates:
K–8 or 6–8 Student Math Festival…$1500 /$2000 /$2300 (<400 students/ 400 - 899 students /900 - 1200 students)
Family Math Festival......................$700 (the same evening as a student Math Festival)
Family Math Festival.....................$1500 (without a daytime student Math Festival
…….plus travel-related expenses. A detailed cost estimate is available upon request.
If you would like to book a Math Festival for your school, please indicate your first, second, and third choice of dates, AND which of our Math Festival programs (above) you wish us to host. For questions or to book a Math Festival date for your school, contact: Paul Giganti, Program Director