We love New England Math teachers and even helped one Massachusetts Math teacherĀ  make over $5,ooo tutoring last year. Our goal is to be the #1 resource in New England for parents who are looking for tutors. Our belief is “Teachers are great tutors.” We make it easy for parents to connect with local math teachers who tutor.
We also write blogs that hopefully are useful to parents and teacher. In this post, we are listing useful resources for New England math teachers.
1. National Council for the Teachers of Mathematics – The National Council for the Teachers of Mathematics is perhaps the best resource for math teachers of all levels. There is so much information and so many useful tools for math teachers that you will need several days to process all the material.
2. The Association of Teachers of Mathematics in Massachusetts
The Regional Conference will be held October 24 – Friday October 26 in Hartfod, Connecticut.
3. Association of Teachers of Mathematics in Western Massachusetts
4. Associated Teachers of Mathematics in Connecticut
5. Connecticut Council of Leaders of Mathematics
6. Vermont Council of Teachers of Mathematics
7. Association of Teachers of Mathematics in Maine
8. New Hampshire Teachers of Mathematics
9. Rhode Island Mathematics Teachers Association
10. My Town TutorsSo many parents seek math tutors. My Town Tutors is growing into the top resource for parents looking for tutors. Teachers pay a small membership fee and keep 100% of the fees. We are a little biased, however I do work very closely with one math teacher who made $5,000 tutoring during the 2011- 2012 school year. We would love to help other math teachers do the same.
My Town Tutors is a website that connects parents with teachers who tutor. If you are a teacher who tutors, for a limited time, you can register for using promo code: usteachers. Teachers set the hourly and keep 100% of the fees!

It is FREE for parents to search for a teacher in their area.