About the UC Davis Mathematics Project

The UC Davis Department of Mathematics is proud to host the UC Davis Math Project.

The UC Davis Mathematics Project (UCDMP) is a regional site of the California Mathematics Project (CMP), one of nine California Subject Matter Projects (CSMP). UCDMP is a professional development network, perfectly situated to assist schools and districts in meeting professional development needs in the area of mathematics education. All UCDMP programs are standards-based and focus on improving mathematics achievement for all students.

We have teacher leaders and consultants who are able to provide ongoing, research-based professional development programs in mathematics for teachers in grades K-12. These programs are designed to meet the specific needs of schools and districts. Schools and districts can access many funding sources to support math professional development, including II/USP, High Priority School grants and No Child Left Behind.

Visit the UC Davis Mathematics Project website to learn more.