KCM is moving

KCM Is Moving to Landrum Academic Center

The KCM office is moving to a new location on the NKU campus. The office will be in suite 134 of Landrum Academic Center. The move will take place January 29-31, but you can start using our new address now.

New KCM Address

Kentucky Center for Mathematics
Northern Kentucky University
Highland Heights, KY 41099

*** Even though the move is still in progress, our applications are back online. Thank you for your patience. Those apps are:

  • Abacus
  • Fluency Assessments
  • SMART Books
Karen Karp

2019 KCM Conference Featured Speaker: Karen Karp

KCM is pleased to welcome Karen Karp, Professor at the School of Education at Johns Hopkins University, who will be a featured speaker at this year's annual conference! Karen has more than 25 books and 45 articles written on elementary mathematics education, and she is a former member of the Board of Directors of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. To be a part of her session, as well as all of the other great speakers, reserve your spot today!

2019 KCM Conference

CONNECT: Fostering Mathematics Minds and Communities
March 11-12, 2019
Lexington, KY

Register Now

KCM 2018 Annual Report

2018 KCM Annual Report

The Kentucky Center for Mathematics is pleased to present our 2018 annual report!

This year’s annual report highlights the statewide achievements of the KCM from July 1, 2017 through June 30, 2018. The KCM would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your support of mathematics education. The dedication and commitment of teachers, administrators, collaborators, policymakers and other supporters has allowed the KCM to benefit more than 1,708 Kentucky educators who collectively experienced over 28,384 hours of the KCM professional learning over the past year.

The KCM looks forward to a new year of challenges and opportunities to continue meeting the demands of improving mathematics education and greatly appreciates your continued support. If you have any questions regarding this report, please contact the KCM at kcm@nku.edu.

Read the Report

photo of Grace Kelemanik

2019 KCM Conference Featured Speaker: Grace Kelemanik

The KCM is happy to welcome featured speaker Grace Kelemanik to our annual conference! Grace is the co-founder of Fostering Math Practices and has more than 30 years of mathematics education experience. Don't miss out on this fantastic session and many others!

2019 KCM Conference

CONNECT: Fostering Mathematics Minds and Communities
March 11-12, 2019
Lexington, KY

Register Now

2018-19 Course Catalog

2018-19 Course Catalog is here!

The 2018-19 KCM Course Catalog   is now available! We are thrilled to offer a variety of professional learning experiences including cohorts of our most popular courses as well as new additions designed to support educators in fostering opportunities for students to explore and talk about the big mathematical ideas at each grade level.

As a reminder, all MAF (Mathematics Achievement Fund) intermediate (3-5) teachers are required to select at least two additional days of professional learning. We encourage you to select your course(s) promptly and register soon as space is limited.

To learn more and to register, please visit KCM's offerings page   or download the course descriptions and locations  .

Good News

Good News

Sherman Elementary School math teacher, Shannon Brickler, won the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching. Brickler has been an elite coach for the KCM/CDE Master Coaching Program, working with Kentucky mathematics coaches and teachers to impact student instruction.

Read the full story.