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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

When I tell people that I am a math major, they normally have one of two reactions: “Why on earth would you choose that?” or, “I wish I was good at math!”. It’s disheartening to see how people believe that