Designed to recognize and promote hands-on math teaching in upper elementary and middle school classrooms, the Rosenthal Prize carries a cash award of $25,000 for the single best activity, plus up to five additional monetary awards for other innovative activities. The winning teacher(s) will have the opportunity to share their innovative activities with educators across the country. See the 2016 flyer to learn more. Curious about the prize? Download the 2015 Rosenthal Prize applicant kit and watch the application workshop from May 1. The application process for the 2016 Rosenthal Prize will open early in 2016 at in.momath.org/rosenthalprize. To add your name to the 2016 Rosenthal Prize mailing list, click here. ### The 2015 Rosenthal Prize for Innovation in Math Teaching The application process for the 2015 Rosenthal Prize has closed. Selected finalists have been notified and invited to complete the final application. ### Congratulations to the 2014 Rosenthal Prize winner! Congratulations to Ralph Pantozzi, the winner of the 2014 Rosenthal Prize of Innovation in Math Teaching! Ralph, a teacher at Kent Place School in Summit, NJ, was awarded a$25,000 cash prize.

See a short video from Random Walk, Ralph’s winning lesson, here.

Saul Rosenthal (Trustee and Sponsor) and Ralph Pantozzi (winner) pose for a photo at the announcement of the winner of the third annual Rosenthal Prize for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching.

### Congratulations to the 2013 Rosenthal Prize winners!

Congratulations to Trang Vu and Brent Ferguson, respectively the winner and runner-up of the 2013 Rosenthal Prize for Innovation in Math Teaching! Trang, a teacher at La Jolla High School in La Jolla, CA, was awarded a $25,000 cash prize, and Brent, a teacher at The Lawrenceville School in Lawrenceville, NJ, was awarded a$10,000 cash prize.

Brent Ferguson (runner-up), Saul Rosenthal (Trustee and Sponsor), and Trang Vu (winner) pose for a photo at the announcement of the winner of the second annual Rosenthal Prize for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching.

### Congratulations to the 2012 Rosenthal Prize winners!

Congratulations to Scott Goldthorp and Patrick Honner, respectively the winner and runner-up of the 2012 Rosenthal Prize for Innovation in Math Teaching! Scott, a teacher at Rosa International Middle School in Cherry Hill, NJ, was awarded a $25,000 cash prize, and Patrick, a teacher at Brooklyn Technical High School in Brooklyn, NY, was awarded a$10,000 cash prize.