Fractions are an important building block in students’ mathematical foundations—and notoriously difficult to master.
As the English learner population grows nationwide, researchers and education leaders are grappling with how best to serve these students.
Professors are split on how prepared they believe future teachers are for college-level math.
Survey data reveal deep tensions about the value of explicit teaching, the importance of fluency, and ability grouping in math.
State and local leaders say flexibility, partnerships, and thinking outside the box are key to developing a bilingual teacher workforce.
New EdWeek survey data suggest a mix of methods and the use of textbooks over empirical research.
Our students are among the youngest voters in the country. Are they being targeted as pawns in an illicit political game?
Students with learning differences benefit from flexibility, inclusivity, and clear communication, educators said.
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