The MƒA DC Master Teacher Program is a five-year program that rewards experienced secondary school mathematics teachers. The program includes stipends and financial support of up to $55,000 over five years, as well as leadership and professional development opportunities. Additionally Master Teachers are eligible for grants to pursue advanced math coursework and to participate in national mathematics conferences. Open to public or public charter secondary school teachers in Washington, DC.
The Math for America DC teaching fellowship is a five-year program launched in 2009 to provide support and incentives to those who want to make teaching math in an urban school a career. The program provides an annual stipend of $10,000 and five years of mentoring by a teacher of at least twenty years' experience. The first year of the program is a combination of graduate school training and student teaching. Years 2 through 5 are required years of teaching in a D.C. public school or public charter school.
Since 2014, MfA DC is no longer accepting applicants for the teaching fellowship.