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    Jul 1, 2015

    Coolidge Examiner

    Often it’s tough to go to summer school, after a whole school year of work, but the payoff for some students was getting back to where they needed to be, get ahead and even get to show off their hard work.
    Jun 30, 2015

    SmartBlog on Education

    What if educators listened to Frozen’s Queen Elsa a little more and “Let it Go”? Technology integration in the classrooms tends to stall when educators get in the way. Schools take steps to prevent this — professional development, educator resources, strategic rollout initiatives — and yet incorporating technology into the classroom remains a challenge for many sites. How do we change this?
    Jun 29, 2015

    Center for Teaching Quality

    When it comes to math, I can imagine cold fear running down the center of many parents’ spines. I get it. I teach high school math, and I know the public has a love-hate relationship with it. (Minus the love.)
    Jun 29, 2015

    State Impact, NPR

    The first time some students learn about finances is during a high school economics class. Others learn by trial and error, but one program in the Tampa Bay area already has a history of helping students get an early start on making sense of their finances.
    Jun 23, 2015

    Associated Press

    The learning standards were new. The textbooks were not. So curriculum director Tammy Baumann and her team took the books apart, literally.
    Jun 23, 2015

    Education Week

    What do young adults need to be successful in college, in careers, and in life? And what should educators do to ensure that their students have those qualities and skills when they graduate from high school?
    Jun 23, 2015

    United Press International

    Both in academia and private industry, science and math fields remain dominated by men. One of the factors in creating such a disparity, a new study suggests, may be male overconfidence.
    Jun 22, 2015

    The Hechinger Report

    Two psychological factors may matter more than grades in motivating potential math scholars, survey analysis shows.
    Jun 19, 2015

    Westfair Communications

    A growing number of students like to code, tinker and design, and a new business sector is eager to teach them how.
    Jun 18, 2015

    Education Week

    Much work remains to ensure a fully skilled STEM workforce to anchor the nation's economic future. Yet as states, districts, and schools seek to operationalize STEM education, many are already offering innovative career and technical education (CTE) programs that impart critical academic and employability skills.
    Jun 17, 2015

    Idaho Statesman

    Graduates from Idaho universities are earning more degrees in science, technology, engineering and math than their predecessors, but not enough to meet demands of Idaho employers in a growing technological workplace.
    Jun 17, 2015

    You're either a math person or you're not – at least that's what we've always heard. Now, National Science Foundation-funded research conducted by Florida International University Professor Zahra Hazari shows that's not really the case.
    Jun 16, 2015

    Education Week

    It’s incredibly important for teachers to recharge those batteries before heading back to school in August or September. Here are my tips.
    Jun 16, 2015

    Education Week

    At least 1 in 5 West Virginia districts will go back to teaching the traditional algebra-geometry course sequence rather than integrated math courses, which the state initially required under the Common Core State Standards.
    Jun 15, 2015

    Educators for High Standards

    As an educator in Arkansas, I know we all want students in Arkansas to be successful in whatever their future might be whether it is college or career. We all want what is best for our students.
    Jun 15, 2015

    Penn State Harrisburg

    Jane Wilburne, associate professor of mathematics education in Penn State Harrisburg’s School of Behavioral Sciences and Education, was recently appointed chair of the Teaching Children Mathematics (TCM) journal editorial panel.
    Jun 15, 2015


    Good news for all you math and science whizzes out there: You sort of own the job market.
    Jun 15, 2015

    The Ellsworth American

    The inaugural “Awesome Math Day” at Peninsula School began with a flurry of calculators, notepads, rulers and pencils, all in full use as students huddled.
    Jun 10, 2015

    Education Week

    In response to criticism from the math community,, the group that bills itself as the Consumer Reports of common-core instructional materials, is making changes to its textbook review process.
    Jun 7, 2015


    Since it’s not realistic for every co-teacher to consistently be placed with the same partner year after year, co-teachers must focus on other variables of consistency that make co-teaching a success—regardless of who their teaching partner is.
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