• What educators are saying about Eureka Math Professional Development...
  • “I feel empowered to go forth and teach the Eureka lessons!”
  • “ I love the process of customization! Great teaching happens with great preparation! ”
  • “Very informative and eye-opening. You have lessened my stress!”
  • “Very interactive and intense, there were very few dull moments.”
  • “The pacing was appropriate and I loved seeing the progression from K-5.”
  • “I loved seeing the progression through the grade levels!”
  • “As a math coach, it was great to see fluency activities across grade levels. ”
  • “Your modeling was crucial in helping the activities come alive.”
  • “Really liked the plethora of ideas and specific way in which to use each in multiple grade levels.”
  • “ I'm excited to try deliberate practice and show videos with my team of teachers..I learned so much!”
  • “This is the best math PD I've ever had! You gave us usable info and strategies in each segment. ”
  • Eureka Math Receives Top Marks in EdReports.org Review
  • “...just one series - Eureka Math for grades K-8 - met its criteria for being properly aligned...”
  • “Eureka Math far surpassed all other curricula evaluated. It was found to be aligned for all grades, K-8 ”
  • “ Eureka Math was the only program that met the expectations for alignment ”
  • “Just one curriculum series stood out from the pack. Eureka Math, published by Great Minds”
  • “Eureka Math...was found to be aligned to the Common Core State Standards at all grade levels reviewed.”
  • “Eureka’s strong showing is particularly impressive, as it didn’t exist five years ago.”
  • Eureka Math Testimonials
  • “I really, really love the cohesiveness of how the curriculum is developed”
  • “Students have ‘aha’ moments all the time with this curriculum.”
  • “They are more successful with this program than any other in 33 years.”
  • “Kids have a deeper knowledge and more excitement about math.”
  • “Our teachers put in a remarkable amount of time & effort, now there are so many 'aha' or 'eureka' moment”
  • “The Eureka Math strategy of read, write, or draw is helpful...We can touch all types of students”
  • “The curriculum perfectly reflects the standards and the instructional shifts.”
  • “The way the teachers are teaching this year, the focus is on really understanding how the numbers work.”
  • “This is not a scripted program. It is a curriculum. ”
  • “The skills my students have struggled with for years all of a sudden come so easily! ”
  • “Eureka...allows me to include time for fluency & deep thinking, multi-step problems, & critical thinking.”
  • “Eureka has even made me a better mathematician.”
  • “ I see students not afraid of math as I once was. Eureka has been amazing in my classroom.”
  • “Every parent who became educated about the program became an advocate for Eureka Math.”
  • “I can't wait to share my love for math with my students through Eureka Math”
  • As overheard at our Eureka Math training in Albany, NY...
  • “1st graders are demonstrating mastery of concepts that last year's 1st graders could not.”
  • “I am seeing 'academic conversations' between students and them demanding evidence from each other. Wow!!!”
  • “I have a 5th grader and I am teaching him this way of doing multiplication as soon as I get home today.”
  • “I have a college student and sure wish he had the learned the 'how' and not just the algorithm.”

A new curriculum for
a new day

Eureka Math connects math to the real world in ways that take the fear out of math and build student confidence—while helping students achieve true understanding lesson by lesson and year after year.

The team of teachers and mathematicians who wrote Eureka Math took great care to present mathematics in a logical progression from PK through Grade 12. This coherent approach allows teachers to know what incoming students already have learned and ensures that students are prepared for what comes next. When implemented faithfully, Eureka Math will dramatically reduce gaps in student learning, instill persistence in problem solving, and prepare students to understand advanced math.

Eureka Math serves teachers, administrators, parents, and students with a comprehensive suite of innovative curriculum, in-depth professional development, books, and support materials for everyone involved.

What Eureka Math is and is not

Using real-world problems Not endless exercises without context
Understanding why Not isolated memorization
Explaining your reasoning Not working alone
Doing math in your head Not relying on a calculator

“Aligned” is not enough

While many curricula and textbooks on the market today describe themselves as being “aligned” with the new standards, the content is virtually unchanged from the past. Publishers have merely associated elements of the outdated content with various new standards. Eureka Math was developed specifically to meet the new standards.

Eureka Math is truly different

Eureka Math offers a comprehensive suite of curriculum, in-depth professional development, texts, tools, and support materials that work together to provide teachers, parents, and students with a cohesive approach to the ultimate goal: students who are not merely literate, but fluent, in mathematics.

Better design yields better results

It’s not enough for students to know the process for solving a problem; they need to understand why that process works so they can use it anytime. Teaching mathematics as a story, Eureka Math builds students’ knowledge logically and thoroughly to help them achieve deep understanding. While this approach is unfamiliar to those of us who grew up memorizing mathematical facts and formulas, it has been tested and proven to be the most successful method in the world.

Praise for Eureka Math

Educators and scholars have recognized Eureka Math for its quality, rigor, and thorough coverage of classroom needs. We’re proud of our accomplishments and welcome the opportunity to have our materials reviewed and evaluated.

What We Offer

A comprehensive suite of resources

We offer extensive resources to help individual teachers, schools, or entire districts implement Eureka Math in their classrooms.

Because education involves not only teachers and students, but also parents and administrators, we provide an unmatched range of materials to help everyone understand and get the most out of our carefully sequenced curriculum.

Our unique combination of materials includes the following:

  • Complete PK–12 curriculum
  • In-depth professional development
  • Teacher Edition books
  • Student Edition workbooks
  • Sprints
  • Assessments
  • Curated tool kits
  • Parent resources

A Living Curriculum

Crafting the Eureka Math materials is an ongoing passion of our team of teacher-writers. As we hear from people across the country, we listen carefully to improve the curriculum and enhance our support materials. The Eureka Math web app always contains the most up-to-the-minute version of materials.

Two online options

You can access the Eureka Math curriculum online in two forms:

  • Eureka Navigator, available with a Eureka Digital Suite subscription
    The Navigator includes the full Eureka Math curriculum with a streamlined, interactive interface. Teachers can easily prepare for the classroom with embedded demonstration videos and daily lessons, links from lessons to the standards, scaffolding hints for Response to Intervention (RTI) efforts, teaching sequences, and much more.

  • PDF files, available free
    We developed the Eureka Math curriculum in partnership with the New York State Education Department and offer PDF files of all the modules in the curriculum as free downloads.

To support the Eureka Math curriculum, we offer a full range of printed materials for teachers and students.


  • Student Editions are bound workbooks containing module materials for student use when solving problems in class and at home. Interior pages are perforated for easy removal, are printed in black and white, and have a color cover.
  • Teacher Editions are bound books containing complete lesson plans, all materials contained in the Student Edition, and answers to each problem and assessment item. Interior pages are full-color bound with a color cover.
  • Sprints by Bill Davidson. These grade-level books contain sprint fluency exercises for a full year—90% more than what's included in the Student Editions or Sprint and Fluency Packets.


Additional student material is available in packets of unbound copies which are collated for ease of classroom distribution. Packets include:

  • Assessment Packet contains all mid- and end-of-module assessments
  • Exit Ticket Packet contains all exit tickets
  • Sprint and Fluency Packet contains all sprint and fluency activities

Every packet includes 30 copies of each unique page and a table of contents cover sheet. Copies are collated, separated by slip sheets, and banded together.

Essential classroom materials

The writers of Eureka Math have hand-selected tools and manipulatives to develop student understanding and support classroom instruction for a full year. Choose from two sizes of kits for each grade, PK-8, or purchase tools individually.

  • Introductory kit
    This comprehensive collection is intended for teachers or classrooms new to Eureka Math. Ships in a storage tub.

  • Class kit
    This more selective set of materials is designed for classrooms that are already well equipped with math manipulatives or are simply on a tighter budget. Ships in a storage tub.

  • À la carte
    Tools can also be purchased individually for use in your Grade PK – 11 classroom.

In-depth professional development

We believe supporting teachers with the training they need is every bit as important as developing great curriculum. Created and conducted by the authors of Eureka Math, our professional development sessions are designed to generate classroom success.

  • Video series
    Our Teach Eureka grade-level video series features the curriculum’s authors explaining mathematical concepts and instructional strategies. On-demand, streaming video lets you view at your convenience.

  • In-person workshops
    Designed and often led by the experts who created Eureka Math, live workshops are held around the country to show teachers and instructional leaders how to integrate the curriculum into your classrooms.

Support for teachers, parents, and students

Implementing a new curriculum requires effort from everyone involved—and we’re here to support you with an ever-growing library of resources.


  • Release Notes detail the updates we’ve made to the curriculum since publishing the most recently printed Teacher Editions.
  • Materials Lists make it easy to shop for the classroom tools needed to implement Eureka Math.
  • Answer Keys are provided for all sprints, assessments, and exit tickets.
  • FAQs provide answers to the questions we hear most often.
  • Pacing and Preparation Guides help with the first few years of implementation when you may need to move more slowly through the lessons.


  • Tip Sheets provide module-by-module guidance for supporting your child’s study in Grades PK-8.
  • Full Grade-Level Modules are free and available for anyone to download and study.
Who We Are

A better approach

As a non-profit organization, our focus is on ensuring that all students receive a content-rich education. Instead of rote memorization of formulas, we believe in teaching the “story” of math through expertly crafted lessons that are carefully sequenced from PK through Grade 12. Eureka Math is based on a theory of teaching that has been proven to work in this nation and abroad.

Our method

We created Eureka Math to meet the new levels of rigor and instructional shifts necessary for today’s math classroom. The instructional shifts are most evident in the fluency, application, concept development, and debrief sections that characterize lessons in the Grades PK–5 of Eureka Math. Similarly, the focus in the middle and high school grades on problem sets, exploration, Socratic discussion, and modeling fosters deep conceptual understanding.

Eureka Math is based on a theory of teaching that is proven to work. That theory posits that mathematical knowledge is conveyed most effectively when it is taught in a sequence that follows the “story” of mathematics itself. This is why we call the elementary portion of Eureka Math “A Story of Units,” which is followed by “A Story of Ratios” in middle school and “A Story of Functions” in high school. Mathematical concepts flow logically from one to the next in this curriculum.

The sequencing has been joined with methods of instruction that drive student understanding beyond process to deep mastery of mathematical concepts.

Supportive, not prescriptive

As extensive as the resources are in Eureka Math, we believe in the ability of teachers and in their central, irreplaceable role in shaping the classroom experience. To support and facilitate that important work, Eureka Math includes the following:

  • Scaffolding hints to help teachers support Response to Intervention (RTI).
  • Professional development so teachers can study the curriculum and learn how to make the most of the material.
  • Consistent lesson rhythms for Grades PK–5, allowing teachers to focus energy on engaging students in the mathematical story.
  • Convenient interactivity to permit progressions-based search functionality for easy navigation between standards and related lessons, linking all lessons in a particular standards strand or mathematical progression, and learning trajectory. This functionality also helps teachers identify and remediate gaps in prerequisite knowledge, implement RTI tiers, and provide support for students at a variety of levels.

A firm foundation

The material upon which Eureka Math is based was originally created through a partnership with the New York State Education Department. Their expert review team, including renowned mathematicians who helped write the new standards, progressions, and the much-touted “Publisher’s Criteria,” strengthened an already rigorous development process.

Eureka, the original “aha”

On the Mediterranean island of Sicily, in the ancient Greek city of Syracuse, legend has it that a man was filling his bathtub for a warm, relaxing soak. But this would not turn out to be the soothing experience he had planned. As he stepped into the tub, water overflowed the rim and spilled to the floor. His weary eyes flew open as he thrust his hands up in the air and shouted. So great was his excitement that he reportedly ran naked out the door and down the street, yelling “Eureka!”

Translated from Ancient Greek, “Eureka” means “I found it.” The exuberant man was Archimedes, widely regarded as the greatest mathematician in antiquity. Just what had he discovered? A solution to a challenge posed by none other than the King of Syracuse.

The king had asked Archimedes to determine if a crown created for a temple by a local goldsmith was, in fact, pure gold. Or had the goldsmith substituted silver in the center of the crown and kept some of the king’s gold for himself? Because the crown was sacred, Archimedes had to determine its contents without damaging it.

As he stepped into his tub and saw the water displaced by his body, Archimedes realized that he could apply the same principle to check the purity of the crown. First, he put an amount of pure gold equal to the weight of the crown in a bowl of water and observed that the water rose to the rim. Then he removed the pure gold and placed the crown in the bowl. Gold is more dense than silver. If the goldsmith had used silver within the crown, the increased volume of the crown would cause the water to overflow.

Archimedes’ moment of discovery inspired us to create superior mathematics curriculum materials so that you can help students experience their own aha moments.


Our team

A team of master teachers and mathematicians work together to create and continuously improve Eureka Math.

Jill Diniz • Program Director

Jill directs the work of the Eureka Math team in its dedication to creation and delivery of resources supporting rich mathematics instruction at the PK-12 level.   Jill spent 10 years in industry, as a risk assessment analyst and software designer, before returning full time to her love of mathematics education. She has taught sixth grade math, Algebra I, Algebra II, College Algebra, and Developmental Math in addition to Computer Science, AP Computer Science, Precalculus, Calculus, and AP Statistics. She has received extensive training in mathematics education including many hours of deep study of Singapore's mathematics program.  She has presented at local, state and national conferences and provided training to schools across the nation.  Jill earned her master's degree in mathematics in 1995.  

Scott Baldridge • Lead Mathematician and Writer

Scott created the story for A Story of Units, A Story of Ratios, and A Story of Functions and continues to serve as the Lead Mathematician for the Eureka Math curriculum.  He is an Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics and the Co-Director of the CAIN Center at Louisiana State University. Scott is the co-author of two textbooks for prospective mathematics teachers, Elementary Mathematics for Teachers (2004) and Elementary Geometry for Teachers (2008), which are both rated highest among college math textbooks for teachers in their respective categories by the National Council on Teacher Quality. In the 1990s, he worked on the Connected Mathematics Project, a middle school math curriculum, where he became acutely aware of the need for better teacher preparation programs. As a result, Scott co-founded and co-implemented a professional master's degree program for practicing mathematics and science teachers at Louisiana State in 2007.  He holds a Ph.D. from Michigan State University in addition to a M.S. in Mathematics from Michigan State University and a B.S. in Information Systems from Kettering University. 

Robin Ramos • Lead Instructional Coach

Robin serves as the lead instructional coach for Eureka Math by guiding the creation of curricular and professional development materials and practices, merging the worlds of pedagogy and content.  In her career she worked within one of the largest urban school districts in the country as a teacher for ten years, and then served as math coach within the same district for an additional ten years.  A project she led beginning in 2005 at a school with a 92% Title One population gained international recognition because of the tremendous results experienced after implementing an Asian curriculum initially under the guidance of mathematician Dr. Yoram Sagher.  Robin is known across the country for her work as a coach and trainer, supporting and empowering schools to create dynamic, effective, mathematically correct programs.  

Tiah Alphonso • Program Manager of Curriculum Production

Tiah Alphonso is an assistant principal at a high school in South Louisiana and has over thirteen years of experience in the classroom educating students in mathematics.  Teaching positions at both middle and high schools have afforded her the opportunity to teach every grade level from sixth grade mathematics through calculus.  This experience has supplied her with specialized knowledge of the connections across the 6-12th grade mathematics curriculum.  In addition, Ms. Alphonso achieved National Board Certification in Early Adolescence Mathematics in 2006.   She completed a Master of Natural Sciences Degree at Louisiana State University through the Louisiana Math and Science Teacher Institute.  She is currently working on her dissertation to complete a doctorate in Educational Leadership and Research with a specialization in Applied Research, Measurement, and Evaluation.  Her most recent research focused on the features of effective teacher professional development and their relationship to the enhanced knowledge and skills of teachers as well as change in teacher practice.  She presented the findings from this research at the MSP Learning Network Conference in January of 2012 in Washington DC and at AERA in San Francisco in May of 2013.  Mrs. Alphonso has served as a professional development provider locally and has experience at the school and district level with curriculum design and implementation.  

Catriona Anderson • Program Manager of Implementation Support

During the development of the math curriculum, Catriona served as the elementary Curriculum Manager and led the initial phase of professional development.  She currently supports partner schools and districts in their implementation of Eureka Math. As a classroom teacher in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Catriona served inner-city elementary students for seven years before joining the instructional staff at Louisiana State University where she taught and supervised both elementary education students in the College of Education and math and science students in the College of Science.  During her time at LSU, Catriona also worked with partners to develop and deliver more than 1,000 hours of on-going professional development focused on math and science content to local elementary teachers through the Cain Center for STEM Literacy and the Louisiana Department of Education. 

Jennifer Loftin • Program Manager of Professional Development

In her current role, Jennifer leads the planning and delivery of professional development to support implementation of Eureka Math in schools and districts across the country. Prior to joining the Eureka Math team, Jennifer served as evaluation manager at The Cain Center for STEM Literacy at Louisiana State University, participating in STEM initiatives at the state, regional, and district levels.  As a project evaluator, Jennifer has conducted hundreds of classroom observations and interviews at all K-16 grade levels, with teachers, instructional coaches, principals, and district administrators. She earned a PhD in Educational Leadership and Research from Louisiana State University and an MA from Purdue University. Jennifer’s research interests include equity and social justice in educational contexts.

Nell McAnelly • Consultant

Nell served as the project director in the original creation of Eureka Math, and continues to serve as a consultant to the program.  In her career she served as the leader of several high-profile, complex projects, with expertise in the design and implementation of standards-based professional development and curriculum instruction for K-12 teachers.  As Co-Director of the Louisiana State University Gordon A. Cain Center for STEM Literacy, she provided leadership to more than 25 state-wide and district initiatives funded by the U.S. Department of Education, the National Science Foundation, the Louisiana Systemic Initiatives Program, the National Math and Science Initiative, the Quality Science and Mathematics Program, and the State Math Science Partnership.  Her most recent achievements include a central role in establishing the Elementary Math Specialist certification and Instructional Coaching Leadership Endorsement in Louisiana and developing the Pilot Professional Development Program funded by the Louisiana Board of Regents.  Nell is an active member of the educational community, a frequent speaker at national and regional conferences, and an author of the “Pre-service Point of View” in the Louisiana Association of Teachers of Mathematics Journal.  An educator for more than 30 years, Nell has taught at the high school and university level and has been recognized with numerous teaching awards, including the BP Amoco Award for Outstanding Teaching and the George H. Deer Distinguished Teaching Award. 

Ben McCarty • Mathematician

Ben serves as a consulting mathematician for the Eureka Math team.  He is an Assistant Professor of Mathematics at the University of Memphis. As a graduate student at Louisiana State University he spent three years doing embedded professional development for a Singapore Math Project in a local high-needs school district for the Louisiana Systemic Initiatives Program. His experience in elementary classrooms proved invaluable as he began teaching a year-long elementary mathematics course designed specifically for teachers, as well as in his extensive work with the Illustrative Mathematics Project.  Today, in Memphis, he continues his work in teacher preparation and mathematical research.

Additional Experts, Advisors and Writers

Contributors to grade PK–5, A Story of Units

Katrina Abdussalaam, Curriculum Writer
Tiah Alphonso, Program Manager–Curriculum Production
Kelly Alsup, Lead Writer/Editor, Grade 4
Catriona Anderson, Program Manager – Implementation Support
Debbie Andorka-Aceves, Curriculum Writer
Eric Angel, Curriculum Writer
Leslie Arceneaux, Lead Writer/Editor, Grade 5
Kate McGill Austin, Lead Writer/Editor, Grades PK-K
Adam Baker, Lead Writer/Editor, Grade 5
Scott Baldridge, Lead Mathematician and Lead Curriculum Writer
Beth Barnes, Curriculum Writer
Bonnie Bergstresser, Math Auditor
Bill Davidson, Fluency Specialist
Jill Diniz, Program Director
Nancy Diorio, Curriculum Writer
Nancy Doorey, Assessment Advisor
Lacy Endo-Peery, Lead Writer/Editor, Grades PK-K
Ana Estela, Curriculum Writer
Lessa Faltermann, Math Auditor
Janice Fan, Curriculum Writer
Ellen Fort, Math Auditor
Peggy Golden, Curriculum Writer
Maria Gomes, Prekindergarten Practitioner
Pam Goodner, Curriculum Writer
Greg Gorman, Curriculum Writer
Melanie Gutierrez, Curriculum Writer
Kelley Isinger, Curriculum Writer
Nuhad Jamal, Curriculum Writer
Mary Jones, Lead Writer/Editor, Grade 4
Halle Kananak, Curriculum Writer
Tam Le, Document Production Manager
Susan Lee, Lead Writer/Editor, Grade 3
Jennifer Loftin, Program Manager–Professional Development
Soo Jin Lu, Curriculum Writer
Nell McAnelly, Project Director
Ben McCarty, Lead Mathematician/Editor, PK-5
Cristina Metcalf, Lead Writer/Editor, Grade 3
Susan Midlarsky, Curriculum Writer
Pat Mohr, Curriculum Writer
Victoria Peacock, Curriculum Writer
Jenny Petrosino, Curriculum Writer
Terrie Poehl, Math Auditor
Robin Ramos, Lead Curriculum Writer/Editor, PK-5
Cecilia Rudzitis, Curriculum Writer
Tricia Salerno, Curriculum Writer
Chris Sarlo, Curriculum Writer
Ann Rose Sentoro, Curriculum Writer
Colleen Sheeron, Lead Writer/Editor, Grade 2
Gail Smith, Curriculum Writer
Shelley Snow, Curriculum Writer
Kelly Spinks, Curriculum Writer
Marianne Strayton, Lead Writer/Editor, Grade 1
Theresa Streeter, Math Auditor
Lily Talcott, Curriculum Writer
Kevin Tougher, Curriculum Writer
Saffron VanGalder, Lead Writer/Editor, Grade 3
Lisa Watts-Lawton, Lead Writer/Editor, Grade 2
Erin Wheeler, Curriculum Writer
MaryJo Wieland, Curriculum Writer
Jessa Woods, Curriculum Writer
Hae Jung Yang, Lead Writer/Editor, Grade 1

Contributors to grades 6-8, A Story of Ratios

Michael Allwood, Curriculum Writer
Tiah Alphonso, Program Manager–Curriculum Production
Catriona Anderson, Program Manager–Implementation Support
Beau Bailey, Curriculum Writer
Scott Baldridge, Lead Mathematician and Lead Curriculum Writer
Bonnie Bergstresser, Math Auditor
Gail Burrill, Curriculum Writer
Beth Chance, Statistician
Joanne Choi, Curriculum Writer
Jill Diniz, Program Director
Lori Fanning, Curriculum Writer
Ellen Fort, Math Auditor
Kathy Fritz, Curriculum Writer
Glenn Gebhard, Curriculum Writer
Krysta Gibbs, Curriculum Writer
Winnie Gilbert, Lead Curriculum Writer/Editor, Grade 8
Pam Goodner, Math Auditor
Debby Grawn, Curriculum Writer
Bonnie Hart, Curriculum Writer
Stefanie Hassan, Lead Curriculum Writer/Editor, Grade 8
Sherri Hernandez, Math Auditor
Patrick Hopfensperger, Curriculum Writer
Sunil Koswatta, Mathematician, Grade 8
Brian Kotz, Curriculum Writer
Henry Kranendonk, Statistics Lead Curriculum Writer/Editor
Connie Laughlin, Math Auditor
Jennifer Loftin, Program Manager–Professional Development
Abby Mattern, Math Auditor
Nell McAnelly, Project Director
Saki Milton, Curriculum Writer
Pia Mohsen, Curriculum Writer
Jerry Moreno, Statistician
Ann Netter, Lead Curriculum Writer/Editor, Grades 6-7
Roxy Peck, Statistician, Statistics Lead Curriculum Writer/Editor
Terrie Poehl, Math Auditor
Spencer Roby, Math Auditor
Kathleen Scholand, Math Auditor
Erika Silva, Lead Curriculum Writer/Editor, Grades 6-7
Hester Sutton, Advisor/Reviewer Grades 6-7
Shannon Vinson, Statistics Lead Curriculum Writer/Editor
Julie Wortmann, Lead Curriculum Writer/Editor, Grade 7
David Wright, Mathematician, Lead Curriculum Writer/Editor, Grades 6-7
Kristen Zimmerman, Document Production Manager

Contributors to grades 9–12, A Story of Functions

Mimi Alkire, Algebra I Lead Writer/Editor
Michael Allwood, Curriculum Writer
Tiah Alphonso, Program Manager–Curriculum Production
Catriona Anderson, Program Manager–Implementation Support
Beau Bailey, Curriculum Writer
Scott Baldridge, Lead Mathematician and Lead Curriculum Writer
Christopher Bejar, Curriculum Writer
Andrew Bender, Curriculum Writer
Bonnie Bergstresser, Curriculum Writer and Math Auditor
Chris Black, Mathematician and Lead Writer, Algebra II
Gail Burrill, Curriculum Writer
Carlos Carrera, Curriculum Writer
Beth Chance, Statistician, Assessments–Statistics
Andrew Chen, Advising Mathematician
Melvin Damaolao, Curriculum Writer
Wendy DenBesten, Curriculum Writer
Jill Diniz, Program Director
Lori Fanning, Math Auditor
Joe Ferrantelli, Curriculum Writer
Ellen Fort, Curriculum Writer
Kathy Fritz, Curriculum Writer
Thomas Gaffey, Curriculum Writer
Sheri Goings, Curriculum Writer
Pam Goodner, Geometry & Precalculus Lead Writer/Editor
Stefanie Hassan, Curriculum Writer
Sherri Hernandez, Math Auditor
Patrick Hopfensperger, Curriculum Writer
Chih Ming Huang, Curriculum Writer
James Key, Curriculum Writer
Jeremy Kilpatrick, Mathematics Educator, Algebra II
Jenny Kim, Curriculum Writer
Brian Kotz, Curriculum Writer
Henry Kranendonk, Statistics Lead Writer/Editor
Yvonne Lai, Mathematician, Geometry
Connie Laughlin, Math Auditor
Athena Leonardo, Curriculum Writer
Jennifer Loftin, Program Manager–Professional Development
James Madden, Mathematician, Lead Writer, Geometry
Abby Mattern, Math Auditor
Nell McAnelly, Project Director
Ben McCarty, Mathematician, Lead Writer, Geometry
Robert Michelin, Curriculum Writer
Pia Mohsen, Geometry Lead Writer/Editor
Jerry Moreno, Statistician
Chris Murcko, Curriculum Writer
Selena Oswalt, Algebra I, Algebra II, & Precalculus LeadWriter/Editor
Roxy Peck, Mathematician, Lead Writer, Statistics
Noam Pillischer, Curriculum Writer
Terrie Poehl, Math Auditor
Rob Richardson, Curriculum Writer
Spencer Roby, Math Auditor
William Rorison, Curriculum Writer
Alex Sczesnak, Curriculum Writer
Michel Smith, Mathematician, Algebra II
Hester Sutton, Curriculum Writer
James Tanton, Advising Mathematician
Shannon Vinson, Statistics Lead Writer/Editor
Eric Weber, Mathematics Educator, Algebra II
David Wright, Mathematician, Geometry
Kristen Zimmerman, Document Production Manager