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Math

You Learned Math Incorrectly; Do You Want Your Children To Do The Same?

Many parents want to teach their kids math the same way they learned math; the problem is that the way they learned math didn’t prepare them for the technical future they found themselves in as...

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AI

Schools largely unprepared to address AI manipulation of student photos

A recent event at Aliso Viejo Middle School in Capistrano Unified, where a student used artificial intelligence software to create a nude photo of a 13-year-old girl by putting the girl’s face on...

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Mental Health

Lost Joy is Driving Black Educators Away from the Profession

In the song “Don’t Take Your Joy Away” by Kirk Franklin and the Family, the soloist's verses express a need for God not to take His joy away, even though this person may have sometimes fallen below...

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Math

More ‘Real Math,’ More Class Choices, Students Say. We Agree.

An essential voice in the debate over how math should be taught is getting louder. The students themselves are increasingly being invited to participate in shaping the future of mathematics...

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Diversity

Our Kids Flourish at a Diversity-by-Design School

We are three mothers of biracial children. When exploring what K-12 should look like for our kids, we knew that diversity and academic performance needed to be top priorities. As we looked at the...

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Teaching

What AP African American Studies and “The Holdovers” Have in Common

Too often, when people hear the words “intellectual rigor,” they associate it with a cantankerous, sage-on-the-stage pedagogy. The most recent pop-culture take on the stereotype appears in “The...

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