The Louisiana Association of Teachers of Mathematics is an educational organization dedicated to the promotion of excellence in the teaching and learning of mathematics in Louisiana's schools, to assist other organizations in promoting interest in mathematics in Louisiana, and to collaborate with other organizations of teachers of mathematics.


Congratulations to This Year's LATM Outstanding  Teacher Awardees


2015 LATM Outstanding

Elementary School Math Teacher

Tiffany May

Mayfair Labratory School



2015 LATM Outstanding

Middle School Math Teacher

Bennett Becnell

Napoleonville Middle School

2015 LATM Outstanding

High School Math Teacher

Amanda Folette

 Mansfield High School


2015 LATM Outstanding

New Math Teacher

Nikki Martien

Delhi Elementary School


2015 LATM Outstanding

Math Educator

Louisa Hodges

Wedgewood Elementary School




Why Louisiana Struggles with Math and What Can be Done to Change It

A Report by

Louisiana Math Teachers

Click here for the report.


The LATM Executive Council members, like all Louisiana citizens, have been impacted in various ways by the devasting flooding in our state. Knowing how lives have been disrupted and to allow cleanup time for recovery the deadline for submitting concurrent session proposals for the joint math science conference has been extended until August 31st.

Now Accepting Concurrent Session (1 hour)Proposals


Registration is Now Open!


Exhibitors interested in conference information should contact Natalie Lirette

Thank You to Our Corporate Sponsors!

LATM Travel Grants

The Louisiana Association of Teachers of Mathematics is awarding up to ten travel grants of $300 each to offset the expense of teachers attending its 2016 LATM/LSTA Joint Math and Science Conference in Baton Rouge, October 24-26, 2016.  The money can be used by awardee(s) to cover conference registration, short course registration, lodging, meals, parking, and/or travel. Visit the 2016 LATM Travel Grants for more information.

Quality Science & Math Grant Program 2016-2017

Looking for a way to purchase classroom math and science materials? The answer might be waiting for you through the Quality Math and Science Grant Program.

 The Quality Science & Mathematics Grant Program (QSM) was established by R.S. 17:371-1 of the Louisiana Legislature in the summer of 1992 for the purpose of providing materials and equipment to MATHEMATICS and SCIENCE PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS. The QSM program administered by the Gordon Cain STEM Center at LSU ( will award state-funded grants to eligible classroom teachers for the 2016-17 school year. Proposal must be submitted no later than Monday, September 12, 2016.

NOTE: Only full-time classroom teachers assigned to teach mathematics or science in the K-12 regular education program in public schools are eligible to submit proposals. Go to  website-preview for the full guidelines and regulations.





2015 LATM Lifetime Service Award Recipient, Carolyn Sessions

Presidential Award for Excellence
in Mathematics and Science Teaching

Congratulations to our

2013 Awardee

for the state of Louisiana in Mathematics

Lerri Cockrell
David Thibodaux STEM Magnet Academy

2015 Finalists
for the state of Louisiana  in Mathematics

Amanda Lafollette

Mansfield High School

Mansfield, LA

Lorraine Naquin

Larose Cut-Off Middle School

Larose, LA

Donna Patten

West Monroe High School

West Monroe, LA

Darron Underwood

Ouachita Parish High School

Monroe, LA

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