Every year the Somerville Mathematics Fund offers teacher grants for K-12 teachers in Somerville who have interesting and exciting ideas to support math learning and enrichment for their students. The grant is open to teachers in all of the schools in Somerville, both public and parochial. The grant application is on the Somerville Mathematics Fund website and is due by January 9, 2019.
The maximum amount of any grant is $500 per year. Previous winners are welcome to apply again as long as they have completed their report on the previous grant. You can read about last year’s grant winners on the Somerville Mathematics Blog or by requesting a copy of this year’s annual newsletter which will be mailed in early December.
The Somerville Mathematics Fund, was chartered in 2000 to celebrate and encourage achievement in mathematics in the city of Somerville, Massachusetts. Over eighteen years, the math fund has awarded $113,844 in teacher grants in the city of Somerville. You might want to listen to our TEDxSomerville talk on the work of the Somerville Math Fund
to learn about the various things the math fund is doing.
In early April, the Somerville Math Fund will be seeking applications from students who reside in Somerville for college mathematics scholarships.
The teacher grant application is available on
For more information, to volunteer or to make a tax-deductible contribution, please contact Erica (617-666-0666 or firstname.lastname@example.org)
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Welcome to Somerville Mathematics
Welcome to Somerville Mathematics, a blog devoted to exciting mathematical things happening in Somerville MA. I am the founder of The Somerville Mathematics Fund, www.Somervillemathematicsfund.org
The Math Fund was chartered to celebrate and encourage mathematics achievement in Somerville. I hope you will check out my TEDxSomerville talk on the Somerville Math Fund,
I find that there are many other interesting things happening mathematically in Somerville and I hope on this blog to have others share what they are doing. So please contact me at email@example.com if you would like to contribute an article.