Mathematics Overview

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There are 33 regional Centers in the Michigan Mathematics and Science Centers Network. These centers provide leadership, curriculum support, professional development, and student services to educators in local school districts. The centers also serve as a resource clearinghouse for educational materials and information, and work to foster community involvement in the areas of mathematics and science. The Mathematics and Science Centers Network supports the delivery of high quality mathematics and science education for the students of Michigan.

NEW! Individual Posters for Standards for Mathematical Practice for print

8 Mathematics Practice Standards Poster ORDER FORM

(free of charge to Wayne County Public School Districts (Michigan only)

8 Mathematics Practice Standards Placemats EARLY ELEMENTARY Order Form

(free of charge to Wayne County Public School Districts (Michigan only)

"Student-Friendly" Mathematics Practice Standards Placemat

Early Childhood Mathematics Practice Standards Placemat

Acceptance of mathematical innumeracy anywhere is a threat to mathematical proficiency everywhere!

Mathematics is the science of pattern, order and relationships. It is the language and logic of our technological world. Mathematical power is the ability to explore, to conjecture, to reason logically and to use a variety of mathematical methods effectively to solve problems.

This website is designed to help you navigate through a variety of resources available. The links will provide navigation to Michigan's K-12 Standards for mathematical content and practices and links to local, state and national organizations for mathematics.

Wayne RESA's Mathematics and Science Center is one of the 33 Mathematics and Science Centers in Michigan's Mathematics and Science Centers Network. Please visit the Mathematics and Science Centers website to learn more about this consortium.



  • VSP: Sight for Students
    Sight for Students is a VSP charity that provides free vision exams and glasses to low-income, uninsured children. The program operates nationally through a network of community partners who identify children in need and VSP network doctors who provide the eyecare services. Parents and guardians interested in seeking assistance through the Sight for Students program must work through VSP's established network of community partners. VSP does not issue gift certificates directly to the public. Eligibility: There are five basic qualifications a child must meet in order to receive a Sight for Students gift certificate: family income is no more than 200 percent of federal poverty level (see website for chart); child is not enrolled in Medicaid or other vision insurance; child is 18 years old or younger and has not graduated from high school; child or parent is a U.S. citizen or legal immigrant with a social security number; and child has not used the Sight for Students program during the past 12 months.
    Deadline: N/A.

Search the Michigan Grant Watch List for federal, state, private, and other funding grant resources that relate to education and/or youth.

eSchool News
Information on up-to-the-minute grant programs, funding sources, and technology funding. 

Philanthropy News Digest-K-12 Funding Opportunities
K-12 funding opportunities for teachers, learning technology, and more. 

School Grants
Assists K-12 educators with the grant application process. 

Teachers of Mathematics
The Mathematics Education Trust (MET) of the National Council of Teachers ofMathematics (NCTM) funds special projects that enhance the teaching and learning ofmathematics. 

Toyota Tapestry Grants
Amount: up to 50 grants of $10,000 each, and 20 mini-grants of $2,500 each. Deadline: January Funds projects initiated by K-12 teachers in three areas:·  Environmental Science Education·  Physical Science Applications·  Literacy and Science EducationMichigan) forests and wildlife. c/o Dr. Michael Allkins, President, Bay de Noc Community College, Escanaba, MI Tel: (906) 786-5802, ext. 1133 

U.S. Department of Education Funding Initiatives
Among a wealth of other information, this site provides comprehensive information onapplying for grants and listings of current funding opportunities.

Kristi Hanby
Consultant, Math
(734) 334-1581
David Sword
Consultant, Math
(734) 334-1370
Tiffany Martell
(734) 334-1491
Linda Olinik
(734) 334-1543

Wayne RESA Mathematics & Science Center

Word DocumentStrategic Plan through 2020

PDF Document2015 Annual Report

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