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).

2019 Math Fellows

Joshua Benjamin, Russell Elementary School, Grade 1

Roosevelt Brown, Bridge Boston Charter School, Grades 6-7

Caitlin Fleck, Dudley Street Neighborhood School, Grade 5

Brian Gaines, Hurley K-8 School, Grades 3-6

Juan Gomez, Margarita Muñiz Academy, Grade 10

Courtney Gough, Another Course to College, Grades 9-12

Heidi Guillerault Achour, Harvard-Kent Elementary School, Grade 5

MaryBeth Hamwey, Patrick J Kennedy Elementary School, Grade 4

Kelsey Manns, Neighborhood House Charter School, Grade 9

Daphne Norvin, Eliot K-8 School, Grade 3

Nadine O’Garro, Dearborn STEM Academy, 6-12 Coach

Luisa Sparrow, Perry K-8 School, Grades 4-5

Beverly Timothy, Russell Elementary School, Grades 4-5

Danielle Withrow, Bates Elementary School, Grade 3

Abner Zorrilla, Margarita Muñiz Academy, Grade 12

Senior Fellows:

Aadina Balti, Mason Pilot School, Grades 2-4

Jara Richards, Conservatory Lab Charter School, Grades 5-6

Jeremy Scott, UP Academy Holland, Grade 5