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Today’s teachers rely on a number of tools to help them monitor progress and set learning goals for their students, including assessments, class work, anecdotal notes, and more. As part of their ever-expanding toolkit, math teachers are also turning to

For the first time in at least 50 years, a majority of public school students across the U.S. are considered “low-income,” according to a new study by the Southern Education Foundation. While poor children are spread across the country, concentrations

Fibonacci sounds like something you could get at an Italian restaurant with a nice marinara sauce. It’s not. (Note to self: never write blog posts on an empty stomach.) Leonardo Fibonacci was an Italian mathematician born in 1170. The author

Unlike amusement park rides, your child doesn’t have to be a certain height to safely enjoy math. But, there are age-appropriate math milestones that you should be aware of—especially during those early developmental years between the ages of 4 and

The California Mathematics Council (CMC) South conference kicks off on October 27th, and DreamBox is excited to be both a presenter and an exhibitor at the event, which is expected to attract more than 3,500 educators and administrators of all