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Category Archives: Opinion
Recently, I ran into an article in Education Week entitled “The Math Standards and Moving Beyond the Worksheet.” In it a high school mathematics teacher (Algebra 2 and AP Calculus) described the laminated poster she had in her classroom where … Continue reading
With Easter just around the corner and two young kids at home, my mind has inevitably turned to chocolate. And chocolate, inevitably, reminds me of how hard it can be to conduct education research. A few years back, I submitted … Continue reading