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There's No Such Thing as Being Bad at Math

Sep 19, 2017

Imagine a parent telling a child, “I’m just not a reading person.” Sounds odd, doesn’t it? Now reread the same cartoon, substituting “math” for “reading.” Suddenly it doesn’t seem so absurd. But it should! As a society ever more reliant on te...

How To Get Kids Excited About Math

Jun 5, 2017

By Laura Overdeck *Full article at http://motto.time.com/4786605/how-to-get-kids-excited-about-math/ "Americans are lacking in confidence when it comes to math. Restaurants now print the suggested tip on receipts because so many customers ...

Why Math Matters!

Apr 18, 2017

*Article from https://www.education.com/magazine/article/math-matters/ By Cindy Donaldson Day in and day out, math teachers hear the same question: “Why do I need to learn this?” Math teacher Peter Caryotakis has two answers for his students...

Mathematics Scores Continue To Drop

Mar 30, 2017

  “Mathematics remains the subject that the U.S. fares worst in, comparatively, and our students continue to score below the average for OECD member nations,” said Peggy G. Carr, acting commissioner of the National Center for Education Stat...

Mathnasium Helps Students Gain Math Skills Necessary For Tomorrow's Top Jobs

Nov 14, 2016

By Damaris; Los Angeles, Calif., (Aug. 15, 2016) – It’s a long-term trend that isn’t slowing down anytime soon: Math comprehension and problem-solving capabilities are required for the majority of the career market’s most desirable jobs. A rece...

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