From the Mathematical Association of America (MAA) comes Math Values, a new blog launched in 2018 that "explores the diverse voices of mathematics and discusses topics related to and affected by mathematics." Here, readers will find informative articles written by professional mathematicians, math educators, and even math students. Examples of article topics include a recently implemented California law mandating a change in how community college students are placed in math courses, interviews with principal investigators of math education research projects that have received grants from the National Science Foundation, and a student's response to a paper critiquing the International Mathematical Olympiad. Math Values is organized into four thematic categories (Inclusivity, Community, Communication, and Teaching & Learning) that can be reached via a menu at the top, where readers will also find the site's search bar. Readers of past MAA blogs may also find new articles from some familiar columns here, such as Devlin's Angle and Launchings, written respectively by Keith Devlin and David Bressoud. Math Values will likely be of particular interest to STEM educators and administrators.