The Adult Numeracy Network is the professional organization for educators who work in adult education in the United States. We are a community dedicated to quality mathematics instruction at the adult level. We support each other, we encourage collaboration and leadership, and we influence policy and practice in adult math instruction. Our members include teachers, tutors, researchers, administrators, and professional developers working in adult basic education (ABE), adult numeracy, high school equivalency, community colleges, developmental mathematics, and family numeracy.
Our network is a place to share the joys, challenges, resources, and insights for teaching and learning math and numeracy skills to adult learners.
Between now and the ANN Annual Membership Meeting on June 7th, we are holding elections for the following board positions:
ANN Secretary, NCTM Rep, Webmaster, Region 3 Rep, Region 4 Rep.
Visit the Candidate Profiles Page to learn more about the wonderful educators running for those positions.
Recent forum updates
Everyone has a math story. What's yours?
In a recent issue of the Math Practitioner, Amber Fornaciari writes about the power of having her students share their math stories.
In the 25 years since ANN was founded, we have been a community dedicated to quality mathematics instruction at the adult level. As we look back and celebrate our storied history, it is also important to take stock of who we are right now. Take 10 minutes and add your voice to the history of our organization.
Click here to Share your math story