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21st Century Math Gets Out Of the Box

In an op-ed for CalMatters, Just Equations Executive Director Pamela Burdman and Elisha Smith Arrillaga of the Charles A. Dana Center at the University of Texas at Austin spotlight promising … More

Opinion: Rethink how we teach math

Over the past year, there’s been increased alarm among educators and parents about “learning loss,” the risk that students will forget important academic content, or miss learning it altogether due … More

Don’t Let Calculus Become a Replacement for the SAT 

After years of debates over their validity, the SAT and ACT were removed quite abruptly last year from most colleges’ admissions requirements. Though their elimination—spurred by the cancellation of test … More

End Tracking to Put Math Education Back on Track

Tracking in mathematics has been a practice in U.S. schools for decades, but it hasn’t always been the subject of candid conversation. Along with increased attention to systemic racism in … More

Don’t Forget Equity When Reforming Postsecondary Math

A recent report analyzing how and whether reforms to postsecondary mathematics are advancing equity carries important lessons for those of us working to reverse decades of inequitable math outcomes. Before … More