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November 16, 2020

Survey: Teachers and Students Are Struggling With Online Learning

In a new RAND report, teachers in remote and hybrid environments reported more challenges than those in solely face-to-face instruction.

October 07, 2020

Gates Foundation Unveils Grants to Make Algebra More Culturally Relevant

The foundation wants to fund projects that reflect students' lived experiences, strengthen their math identities, and explore issues of social justice.

June 24, 2020

Grassroots Momentum Builds for Anti-Racist K-12 Instruction

A new parent group has organized to put pressure on school districts to embrace anti-racist curriculum and instruction. Its first action, which begins today, aims to inundate 10 school districts, from California to Connecticut, with emails demanding change.

May 28, 2020

What Teachers Want: 'Looping,' Grouping by Ability, and Digital Devices, Survey Says

Educators for Excellence asked 600 teachers about instruction during the school shutdowns, their perspectives on remote learning, and concerns for next school year.

May 20, 2020

Technical Glitches and Lawsuit Dampen Experiment With Remote AP Tests

The technical problems prompted students, parents, and advocates to file a lawsuit against the College Board, which administers the test.

May 12, 2020

Student Cheating at Issue as College Board Rolls Out Online AP Exams

The College Board's national experiment with virtual AP exams gets underway this week amid accusations and stern warnings about student cheating.

April 03, 2020

Classroom 'Circle Time' Moves Online During Coronavirus Pandemic

Virtual face time with teachers and classmates can be comforting for young children, experts say. Still, researchers caution against too much screen time.

March 18, 2020

Teachers Scramble to Make Remote Learning Work: 'It's Very Stressful'

Now that most states have closed schools in response to the coronavirus, many teachers face the same question: Can we create a classroom community virtually?

March 09, 2020

What Is a 'Math Assistant Principal?' New Administrative Role Supports Equity

Long Beach Unified created a "math assistant principal," position, among other initiatives, to support students in schools that have the highest needs in math. Stacey Benuzzi, who holds that position, explains how her job works.

November 13, 2019

Should High Schools Rethink How They Sequence Math Courses?

Most students don't aspire to careers that will require calculus, so high schools must create sequences of math courses that reflect the wide variety of young people's occupational goals, a math advocacy group argues in a new report.

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