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Last week, DreamBox CEO Jessie Woolley-Wilson headlined a session at the annual GeekWire Summit in Seattle. Now in its seventh year, the conference is billed as “one of the premier technology events in the country, exploring what’s next in the

Author: Holly Willis, Math Plus Teacher, Ed Willkie Middle School, Eagle Mountain-Saginaw Independent School District (ISD), Texas I have been teaching middle school math for 22 years. Throughout that time, I have seen many digital math programs come and go.

Some 60 percent of new jobs created this century will require skills in STEM-related fields, science, technology, engineering, and math. In fact, the jobs that today’s elementary school students will perform twenty years from now haven’t even been invented yet.

The “What I did on my summer vacation” essay has become something of a back-to-school rite of passage for students everywhere. If you’re like me, you probably experienced a mix of dread and delight at being asked to recount your

When it comes to art and math, there’s a major misconception that surrounds these two seemingly vastly different subjects: Your skill comes from innate talent, and You must pick between the two For a long time, I thought that I