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Math Education News - March 1, 2010

1. 'Algebra-for-All' Push Found to Yield Poor Results [Source: Education Week]
2. Bellevue, Issaquah school districts seek legal advice on texts after court decisions [Source: The Seattle Times]
3. Chandler schools limit recruitment to science, math, special ed teachers [Source: The Arizona Republic]
4. Class has right ingredients for fun, learning [Source: Chattanooga Times Free Press]
5. Educators say paying to improve math education is essential, despite budget cuts [Source: Orlando Sentinel]
6. In touch with math and science (STEM makes subjects pertinent for students) [Source: The Coloradoan]
7. Natick Labs program turns teachers into students [Source: The MetroWest Daily News]
8. New Waterloo study shows math anxiety hinders basic counting [Source: University of Waterloo]


Math Education News - January 15, 2010

1. $250 million initiative for science, math teachers planned [Source: The Washington Post]
2. A school on the edge [Source: TwinCities.com]
3. From a seed, a STEM grows [Source: Ohio.com]
4. Hereford High joins pilot program on agricultural science [Source: The Baltimore Sun]
5. Math, Tech and the Women Who Donít Love Them [Source: The New York Times]
6. Music is instrumental in teaching (math) [Source: SignOnSanDiego.com]
7. Studying Young Minds, and How to Teach Them [Source: The New York Times]


Math Education News - November 15, 2009

1. Cellphonometry: Can Kids Really Learn Math From Smartphones? [Source: Fast Company]
2. Coaches do the leg work for busy Warren Township teachers [Source: The Indianapolis Star]
3. Getting It Wrong: Surprising Tips on How to Learn [Source: Scientific American]
4. Michigan to offer incentives to math, science teachers [Source: The Detroit News]
5. More Oregon students are getting math [Source: The Oregonian (Portland)]
6. Ohio to use stricter schooling standards [Source: The Columbus Dispatch (Ohio)]
7. Report card shows U.S. students need to improve math skills [Source: CNN.com]
8. Riverside district among the first in state to use digital textbooks [Source: The Press-Enterprise (Riverside, Calif.)]
9. Science, tech initiative targeting Mass. 6th-graders [Source: The Boston Globe]
10. Tarrant County commissionerís student laptop program holds promise for increasing math, science skills [Source: Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Texas)]
11. Teacher has a gift for making math add up [Source: Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Texas)]
12. U.S. Math Scores Hit a Wall [Source: The Wall Street Journal]
13. Why We're Failing Math and Science [Source: The Wall Street Journal]


Math Education News - October 15, 2009

1. Discovery-based math makes a difference in performance of U.S. students [Source: The Seattle Times]
2. High-tech math help heads to D-M school [Source: Arizona Daily Star (Tucson)]
3. J.J. Pearce math teacher Lance Belin adds innovation to his lesson plan [Source: The Dallas Morning News]
4. Making the grade: New math standards for teachers [Source: The Boston Globe]
5. McKeesport Area's AIMS program starts its second year [Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]
6. Nonprofit group takes on math problem [Source: San Diego Union-Tribune]
7. Panel Wants Engineering Integrated Into Curriculum [Source: Education Week]
8. A passion for tutoring math (opinion) [Source: The Honolulu Advertiser]
9. Science, math in vogue at Hughes [Source: The Cincinnati Enquirer]
10. Struggling Helps Students Master Math [Source: Edutopia]


Math Education News - September 15, 2009

1. Back to School/Do the Math: Latest 'new math' concept: Start early and make it fun [Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]
2. Back to School/Do the Math: Difficulty understanding fractions can add up to a whole lot of trouble [Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]
3. Back to School/Do the Math: Algebra, the birthplace and graveyard for many in math [Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]
4. Back to School/Do the Math: Counting too much on calculators [Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]


Math Education News - September 1, 2009

1. Back to School/Do the Math (Preschool math; first of a series) [Source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette]
2. Cleveland STEM High School's freshmen start classes at Great Lakes Science Center [Source: The Plain Dealer (Cleveland)]
3. Editorial: Results show math, science aren't out of reach [Source: The Dallas Morning News]
4. Fun with fractions: New course teaches math with pizza and games [Source: The Journal Times]
5. Gates Foundation Focuses on Teacher Quality [Source: The New York Times]
6. NAEP Draft on Technological Literacy Unveiled [Source: Source: Education Week]
7. State's math scores still lag [Source: The Honolulu Advertiser]
8. U.S. students behind in math, science, analysis says [Source: CNN]
9. Which math book to use? A passionate debate rages [Source: The Seattle Times]

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