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Teacher to Teacher: New Standards and Curricula Elevate Collaboration

By: Catriona Anderson

The new educational standards most states recently adopted emphasize the need for students to engage in collaborative discussions — a skill they’ll…

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A Re-look by EdReports Cements Eureka’s place as Best Choice for Schools

By: Lynne Munson

Even after the independent nonprofit EdReports.org revised its review criteria and re-reviewed 17 different low-scoring K-8 math curricula, Eureka Math

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Giving Teachers the PD They Need and Want

By: Adam Baker

A few weeks ago, my oldest son got on the bus for his first day of 1st grade, which means he’s trading in his beach towel, bicycle, and popsicle-stained t-shirts for his book bag, pencils, and, hopefully…

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Talking Eureka with NY’s Teachers Union

By: Adam Baker

I recently attended a New York State United Teachers (NYSUT) meeting in Albany to talk with union representatives and members about Eureka Math, which is widely in use in classrooms across New York. My…

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Math for Life After the Test

By: Lynne Munson

When do you know you really understand something? One test is to see if you can explain it to someone else — well enough that they understand it. Great Minds Inc.’s teachers and scholars have written math curriculum for New

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