Nationally recognized mathematics leaders advised and/or collaborated with MEC over the years on the development of MEC’s Community Engagement Model, Mathematics Content Courses, Workshops, and Institutes, and the series Supporting School Mathematics – a workshop resource for educators working with parents and community members. MEC leaders and instructors contribute to and learn with national leaders, teachers and administrators working across the country to improve mathematics teaching and learning in grades K-12. MEC’s current and past involvement with multiple nationwide mathematics improvement initiatives informs and enriches the work in partner communities. MEC has worked with the National Academies to identify characteristics of challenging courses and curricula. Leading researchers have attended and/or visited MEC courses.

Nationally recognized mathematics leaders advised and/or collaborated with MEC over the years on the development of MEC’s:

- Community Engagement Model
- Mathematics Content Courses
- Supporting School Mathematics Workshop Resources

#### Development Team for Parent Sessions

- Jo Boaler, Stanford University
- Nicholas Branca, San Diego State University
- Joan Carlson, Mathematics Educator, Mendocino, CA
- Sandie Gilliam, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs
- Cathy Humphreys, Mathematics Education, Stanford University
- Jerry Johnson, Western Washington University
- Ellen Lee, San Diego, CA
- Patty Lofgren, MEC
- Lisa Mesple, Boulder Valley School District, Colorado
- Ruth Parker, MEC
- Bonnie Tank, Instructional Specialist, San Francisco Unified School District

#### MEC Community Engagement Model Advisory Board

- Jo Boaler, Stanford University
- Nicholas Branca, San Diego State University
- Ramesh Gangolli, Department of Mathematics, University of Washington
- Kathy Horning, retired principal, Longmont, Colorado
- Millie Johnson, Department of Mathematics, Western Washington University
- Linda Kapranos, Beach Elementary School, Portland Oregon
- Harvey Keynes, School of Mathematics, University of Minnesota
- Glenda Lappan, Mathematics Department, Michigan State University
- Steve Leinwand, American Institutes for Research
- Amy Roth McDuffle, Department of Teaching and Learning, Washington State University Tri-Cities
- Jan Mokros, TERC
- Erwin Morton, Mathematics Coordinator at Santa Clara County Office of Education
- Judy Mumme, WestEd
- Helen Nolen, Principal, Portland, Oregon
- Susan Pfohman, high school teacher, Portland, Oregon
- Judy Roitman, Department of Mathematics, University of Kansas
- Deborah Schifter, EDC Inc.
- Barbara Scott Nelson, EDC Inc.
- Virginia Thompson, EQUALS, Lawrence Hall of Science