Wisconsin Mathematics Council
The WMC Mission is to lead in the development and promotion of quality mathematics education that enhances learning for all students.
Nominations and Elections
Want to get more involved?
WMC is currently seeking nominations for six positions on their Board of Directors include President-Elect, Secretary, and four grade band representatives.
Nominate yourself or another to be a WMC Board of Directors by February 15th.
WMC and its Foundation are proud to offer scholarship opportunities for high school seniors and current teacher education students.
Scholarships are due March 1st.
For more information visit http://wmefonline.org
Distinguished Mathematics Educator Award: Nominate an individual for their outstanding contributions and exceptional leadership and service to the Wisconsin mathematics education community.
25+ Year Recognition: Nominate an individual who have been active in mathematics education in Wisconsin for 25 or more years.
Virtual Annual Conference
Join WMC for a Virtual Annual Conference, Catalyzing Joy, Wondering, and Beauty, starting on May 6, 2021
WMC Math Chat
Join WMC in a virtual professional development focused on strategies for teaching mathematics in the online world.
This event will be held on February 10, 2021 from 7:00 - 8:30 pm. It will feature five grade band sessions.
Information on the Math Chat
Get all your WMC updates from its quarterly Newsletter.
2021 Math Contests
The WMC 2021 State Math Contests for both middle and high school students will be in early March.
In-person contests will be held the week of March 1-5, while virtual contests will be held the week of March 8-12.
Due to Covid-19 concerns, there will only be individual events with no team events.
A Note from WMC
A Note from the WMC Board President and Past-President Regarding Systemic Racial Inequities
As president and past-president of the Wisconsin Mathematics Council, we extend our sympathies to the family and friends of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and Ahmaud Arbery. The racial inequities that have been brought to the forefront through the circumstances of these deaths reinforce our commitment to addressing inequities in our education system and, more importantly, the call for us to take action.
Read the Spring 2020 Wisconsin Teacher of Mathematics Journal.