Center for Recruitment and Retention
of Mathematics Teachers
Save the date for the Twelfth Annual MEAD Conference-
Saturday, January 23, 2016
Click here for a flyer announcing MEAD.
The Center for Recruitment and Retention of Mathematics Teachers at the
University of Arizona was created in August, 2001 to address the shortage of
qualified mathematics teachers at the middle and high school levels. Its goals
are to retain mathematics teachers currently in the field and to attract
mathematically talented college students to the teaching profession. Towards
this end the Center coordinates several projects, including a program for new
teachers (Induction Program), a tutoring project to attract college students
into mathematics education, teacher workshops, and an annual Mathematics Educator's Appreciation Day
Conference for teachers, grades K-12. These and other projects are
described by links at the left.
Southern Arizona Inducting New Teachers (SAINT). This program is a collaboration between
the Teach Arizona Master's Degree Program and the Center for Recruitment and Retention of Mathematics Teachers. SAINT is made possible by a generous grant from the U.S. Department of Education.
The goal of this program is to recruit fifty recent college graduates and mid-career professionals to enter the secondary mathematics teaching profession through the Teach Arizona program.
Participants in this program commit to teach for at least three years in high-need schools in Tucson while taking part in induction activities offered by the Center.
According to The Gallup Blog's March 27, 2013 post, Teaching May Be the Secret to a Good Life.
Click here to read the post.
We are proud of the work we do and the effect it has on mathematics education. We encourage you to read our annual report.
Click here to read the 2013-2014 CRR Annual Report.
|Lee and Arthur Herbst are two of the donors to the Center for Recruitment and Retention of Mathematics Teachers.|
Our donors make our programs possible!
|Fred Stevenson, CRR Founder chats with former U.S. Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords at the 2009 MEAD conference.
The following districts/schools maintain a partnership with the Center.
Altar Valley School District
Amphitheater Public Schools
Benson Unified School District
Catalina Foothills School District
Flowing Wells Unified School District
Marana Unified School District
Sahuarita Unified School District
Santa Cruz Valley Unified School District
Sierra Vista Unified School District
Sunnyside Unified School District
Tanque Verde Unified School District
Tucson Unified School District
Vail Unified School District
City High School
Salpointe Catholic High School
San Miguel High School
The Gregory School
Pima Community College- West Campus Faculty