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I recently read the article For a Black Mathematician, What It’s Like to Be the ‘Only One’ by Amy Harton in the New York Times. It features distinguished African American Mathematician Edray Goins and his 20-year obstacle course through research universities as

“With the accelerating pace of social and technological change, the World Economic Forum estimates that 65% of children today will end up in careers that don’t even exist yet.” – Craig and Marc Kielburger For 25 years I have taught

Being an Educator can be extremely rewarding. You have the unique opportunity to help shape the future by molding fresh young minds to do good and make their mark on the world. That said, educators are a very specific demographic:

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.