Mathematics education is much more complicated than you expected, even though you expected it to be more complicated than you expected. -Edward Begle
The Edward Begle Memorial Award may be conferred on an educator or educators who have, for a sustained period of time, been supportive of CMC activities, have offered continual encouragement, and have been actively involved in California mathematics. This may be a college professor, a district superintendent, a mathematics supervisor, a member of the California Department of Education, or any other deserving educator.
Throughout California there are a number of truly outstanding educators, whose presence brings with it strength based on experience, service, success, and vision. These are the educators that CMC endeavors to honor with the Edward Begle Memorial Award.
Previous recipients of the Edward Begle Award are:
Edward Begle Award Nomination
Nominations are now being accepted for the Edward Begle Memorial Award. As you think about a nominee, please keep in mind that the person you nominate should be one of the two or three finest mathematics education leaders that you have ever known. Since this award is a statewide award, your nominee should be well-known throughout California, not just in a section or region.
Send the following information by May 1 to be considered for this year’s award:
Please provide the following information about the Nominee:
Nominator’s name and contact information (email and phone number).
In one or two pages, explain
Additional information may be needed to help gather background information in support of the nomination. Please include the names and contact information for other people who could be contacted.
Return by May 1 to: