Which Way is Right? Problem-Solving in Mathematics

Posted by Richard Kingham on May 24, 2021

The Mona Lisa is surprisingly, almost shockingly, small. Yet its far-reaching influence has made it synonymous with greatness. “Well, that painting is good, but I mean, it’s not the Mona Lisa,” the armchair art critic will opine. Upon seeing it for the first time in real life, some observers remark with puzzlement and a hint of disappointment: “That’s it? Huh.” 

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Topics: mathematical reasoning, math, real world connection

The American Rescue Plan and What It Includes

Posted by Richard Kingham on May 13, 2021

Introduction

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Topics: math, distance learning, equity

How Schools Will Spend HR 133 and ARP Funding

Posted by Richard Kingham on May 13, 2021

Introduction

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Topics: math, distance learning, equity

Understanding HR133

Posted by Richard Kingham on April 05, 2021

The effects of the pandemic have left almost no one untouched, and education is one area in particular that has experienced tremendous hardship. In December 2020, the former administration signed into effect a $900 billion stimulus package that includes section H.R. 133, which provides $70 billion to help public and private schools recover from the pandemic. This bill is of paramount importance for anybody with skin in the education game (which is all of us), so we’ve provided an overview of how H.R. 133 works.

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Topics: science, math, distance learning, "remote learning"

Learning Loss and Its Impact on Math Education

Posted by Richard Kingham on March 15, 2021

What is learning loss? 

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Topics: math, distance learning, "remote learning"