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If you’ve made a resolution to take your math students further, faster in the new year, here’s the place to begin. Make the new year bright with resources and ideas to make math teaching and learning more fun and more

Since 1987, March has been Women’s History Month, an occasion to bring awareness and reflection to the extraordinary accomplishments of women and their influence in shaping our country and our collective future. Women have reached great heights as entrepreneurs, leaders

Thoughts on Closing Opportunity Gaps in STEM The Austin weather certainly didn’t cooperate, but Day 3 at SXSWedu was nonetheless an another one for the books. Panels on closing opportunity gaps and the  discussion of equity in STEM really stuck with us. Keynote speaker

It’s day 2 at SXSWedu, and we can’t help but notice that one of the hot topics on the tip of everyone’s tongues is “instructional transformation” with regard to professional learning. Supporting educators to make better decisions about EdTech with regard

Day 1 at SXSWedu 2016 has come to a close and we are still buzzing with all the excitement and knowledge gained from listening to innovators, entrepreneurs, and educators all focused on working to provide a better future for students and learning.