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Teachers at the 2019 Math Summit

Math Summit

Over 800 K-12 teachers from across North Carolina registered to attend the 2022 Math Summit held Aug. 2 on NC State’s main campus. The day featured 40-plus sessions led by teachers and math leaders and a keynote addressed delivered by Bonnie Bolado, a senior math specialist at the NC Center for the Advancement of Teaching.

“I love coming and learning new ideas and strategies and ways to help improve my students in math,” she said. “The sessions are great and the speakers – especially the keynote speakers– are always great every year.”

– Lillian Loftin-Bell

First grade teacher at Northside Elementary School in Chapel Hill

About the Math Summit

Held at NC State for the first time in 2017, the Math Summit is held each year in partnership between the College of Education and public schools in Wake, Chapel Hill, Durham, Orange and Johnston counties to promote equity and excellence in math education and to provide elementary, middle and high school teachers with an opportunity to engage professionally to develop their craft, share ideas and renew their commitment to teaching.

The Math Summit is made possible by the generous support of the Goodnight Educational Foundation.