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College Graduate at 12? Meet the Math Prodigy Shattering Academic Norms!

At just 12 years old, Cameron Robinson has achieved what most teenagers can only dream of—earning an Associate of Arts degree from Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ). This remarkable young...

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Empowering Students: Math and Coding to Beat the Summer Learning Slide

Summer is a critical time for students, especially Black students, who are disproportionately affected by the much talked about summer learning slide. There's some uncertainty about how serious a...

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Were You Ever Told You Are Not a Math Person?

Were you ever told you are not a “math person” growing up? That’s what the Ed Post team wanted to know this week. So we asked our readers. Question of the Week is back and we're starting off with a...

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Is There a ‘Science of Math’ Too?

A small group of first-graders sits around teacher Rhianna Penner at Tomahawk Elementary School in Olathe, Kansas, whiteboards and markers in hand. They’re trying to find all the different ways...

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Summer Professional Development for Math Teachers

School’s out and summer is officially here! For many teachers, this is the time to unwind and distance yourself from everything related to teaching. For others, the summer is a golden opportunity to...

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Helpful Steps To Reverse Math Declines For Students With Disabilities

Now that we're closing in on the end of the school year, we've been reflecting on what we've seen in classrooms across the country and where, as educators, we ought to put our collective focus going...

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