Giving Back

Math Ed Scholarships

In collaboration with the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE), The Math Learning Center created a scholarship fund for elementary educators.

Winners receive $2,000 to enhance their knowledge, teaching, and leadership by enrolling in university coursework that will result in becoming a certified mathematics specialist.

Learn more and apply

Number Corner 2nd Edition Grants

Number Corner is an interactive bulletin board that revolves around the classroom calendar, providing skills practice as well as continual encounters with broader mathematical concepts. An essential component of the Bridges in Mathematics curriculum, Number Corner can be used to complement any K–5 math program.

The Math Learning Center offers Number Corner Grants to districts interested in introducing a supplemental skills development program. Each grant is comprised of up to 1 set of classroom kits K–5, or 6 kits in total.

Eligibility

Any school or district in the United States may apply. Preference will be given to those not already using Bridges in Mathematics, Number Corner, or Bridges Intervention. This grant program is not intended to be used as a method for offsetting the cost of implementing Number Corner.

Your school is not eligible if:

  • The school previously received any type of grant or donation from The Math Learning Center.
  • The school is already using Number Corner.
  • Another school in your district already received a Number Corner Grant. For a map of previous recipients, please see our Charitable Contributions map on the Materials Grants page.

Applications

Applications are due by May 31. While we accept applications throughout each year, decisions are made in June so that we can provide materials prior to the beginning of the school year. Applications received after May 31 will be held and reviewed the following year.

Questions

If you have any questions, please contact Shanel Parette

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Bridges Intervention Grants

Bridges Intervention is a resource designed for mathematics intervention in Tier 2 environments providing targeted instruction and support within the RtI framework. While Bridges Intervention shares many visual models and strategies with Bridges in Mathematics, the program can be used alongside any elementary mathematics curriculum.

The Math Learning Center offers Bridges Intervention Grants to districts interested in introducing an intervention program. Each grant is comprised of two Bridges Intervention classroom sets. Set 1 contains volumes 1–4 and Set 2 contains volumes 5–9.

Eligibility

Any school or district in the United States may apply. Preference will be given to those not already using Bridges in Mathematics, Number Corner, or Bridges Intervention. This grant program is not intended to be used as a method for offsetting the cost of implementing Bridges Intervention.

Your school is not eligible if:

  • The school previously received any type of grant or donation from The Math Learning Center.
  • The school is already using Bridges Intervention.
  • Another school in your district already received a Bridges Intervention Grant. For a map of previous recipients, please see our Charitable Contributions map on the Materials Grants page.

Applications

Applications are due by May 31. While we accept applications throughout each year, decisions are made in June so that we can provide materials prior to the beginning of the school year. Applications received after May 31 will be held and reviewed the following year.

Questions

If you have any questions, please contact Shanel Parette.

Download Application