The UC Davis Mathematics Project (UCDMP) is devoted to the improvement of mathematics education. We provide professional development in math education for K-12 teachers. Programs are standards-based and are focused on improving mathematics achievement for all teachers and students.

The UC Davis Mathematics Project staff, teacher-leaders, and consultants are positioned 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.

Contact Director Denise Brown by email at, or Associate Director Diana Zaragoza at or by cell at (530) 204-7716 to discuss how UCDMP can assist your staff in the K-12 math education at your site.

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.