By meeting regularly, a group of teachers from different schools promote a culture of problem solving and engagement.

Contributor Notes

Anthony Fernandes, anthony.fernandes@uncc.edu, is an assistant professor at the University of North Carolina Charlotte. His research interests include preservice teacher education and teacher professional development as related to issues of language and math.

Jacob Koehler, jfk2125@columbia.edu, is a PhD candidate at Teachers College Columbia. He is interested in the philosophy of math education and math education policy.

Harold Reiter, hbreiter@uncc.edu, a professor at the University of North Carolina Charlotte, enjoys creating and solving math problems for children, teachers, and college students; edits the problems column of the Pi Mu Epsilon Journal with his daughter Ashley Ahlin; and serves as a MATHCOUNTS judge.

(Corresponding author is Fernandes anthony.fernandes@uncc.edu)
(Corresponding author is Koehler jfk2125@columbia.edu)
(Corresponding author is Reiter hbreiter@uncc.edu)
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