About AMTE


The Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators (AMTE) is the largest professional organization devoted to the improvement of mathematics teacher education—it includes over 1,000 members devoted to the preservice education and professional development of K-12 teachers of mathematics.

The mission of AMTE is to promote the improvement of mathematics teacher education, K-12.

Goals of AMTE

  • Challenge and support mathematics teacher educators to engage with and take action on issues of social and racial justice in their work.
  • Support and provide guidance on the high-quality preparation, recruitment, retention, and diversification of mathematics teachers across the variety of educational spaces. 
  • Engage in community building and other efforts to support the recruitment and retention, diversification, and professional learning of mathematics teacher educators and leaders who serve in a variety of educational contexts. 
  • Strengthen the research and research-based practices of mathematics teacher educators to serve the evolving needs of students, educators, schools, and communities. 

Long Term Goals

Membership Information   History of AMTE

Historical Listing of AMTE Presidents









Enrique Galindo

2023 – 2025 


Marilyn Strutchens 

2011 – 2013


Susan Gay 

1999 – 2001

Megan Burton

2021 – 2023 


Barbara Reys 

2009 – 2011


Nadine Bezuk 

1997 – 1999

Mike Steele

2019 – 2021


Jennifer Bay-Williams 

2007 – 2009


Judith Jacobs 

1995 – 1997

Randolph Philipp

2017 – 2019


Sid Rachlin 

2005 – 2007


Henry Kepner 

1993 – 1995

Christine Thomas 

2015 – 2017


Karen Karp 

2003 – 2005


Mark Spikell 

1991 – 1993

Fran Arbaugh 

2013 – 2015


Francis (Skip) Fennell 

2001 – 2003


What We Do

In recent years, AMTE has produced annual reports summarizing the many activities of elected and appointed AMTE leadership, including committees and task forces.