For many families figuring out how to “do the math” to afford college is a frustrating exercise.
For many kids, seeing a concept in class, or practicing it a few times at their desk, does not help when they are doing their homework.
Whatever way you do the math, dropping out of high school is a bad idea.
While summer bridge workbooks are a good solution, for many kids, it is hard to find motivation for math work over a vacation.
American kids are doing better in mathematics. That is the news from The Nation’s Report card.
Studies have shown that to fight math anxiety, students need teachers who also like math.
The National Council for the Teaching of Mathematics has some great web resources available for kids, families and teachers.
Get a look at all the important numbers at the Governor’s new education dashboard.
Parents struggle to help their kids do math homework. Even if the parent knows the right answer, it can be a struggle to explain how to set up and solve a math problem that you last did a few decades ago.
For kids old enough to use a computer, PBS Kids hosts an array of math games, often based on shows and characters that kids love