Math Teaching Fellowship


The Zeroing in on Math Teaching Fellowship is a highly selective cohort of teachers focused on improving access to effective math instruction for students in Boston. Fellows earn a stipend for participation in the year-long program. Participating teachers remain in their classrooms while thinking broadly about larger issues facing young mathematicians in Boston and connecting with other like-minded educators about the challenges and potential solutions they encounter. The Math Teaching Fellows bring solutions-oriented, front-line educators together to help design and inform strategies to advance math instruction in Boston. Boston teachers in grades K-12 are eligible to participate in the one-year program (February-January).

Applications for the 2018 Zeroing in on Math Teaching Fellowship are now open! Applications are due Thursday, November 30th at midnight. 

2018 EdVestors Math Teaching Fellowship – Overview and FAQs

Meet our 2017 Math Fellows!

Julie Duran, Boston Preparatory Charter School, Grade 8

Sabine Ferdinand, P.A. Shaw Elementary School, Grade 2

Heidi Fessenden, Haley Pilot School, Grade 4

Melissa Frascella, Boston Collegiate Charter School, Grade 8

Michael Garland, Mather Elementary School, Grade 4

Sylvia Garza, Roosevelt K-8 School, Grades 7-8

Meredith Hart, Haley Pilot School, Grade 6

Amanda Hathaway, William J. Ostiguy High School, Grades 9-12

Max Kennedy, Margarita Muñiz Academy, Grade 9

Marsha Moller, Lyndon Pilot School, Grade 6-8 (Special Education)

Siobahn Mulligan, Urban Science Academy, Grades 9-12

Maggie Roth, Match Community Day Public Charter School, Grade 2

Lorna Roy, TechBoston Academy, Grades 6-10 (ELL)

Michelle Sirois, Perry K-8 School, Grades 4-5

Alia Verner, TechBoston Academy, Grade 8 (Coach)

David Weinstein, Boston Teachers Union K-8 School, Grades 7-8

Nicole Whelan, Guild Elementary School, Grade 4

Senior Fellows:

Jennifer Glynn, Match Community Day Charter School, Grade 4 (Coach)

Anna Kim, Gardner Pilot Academy, Grade 4