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A former math teacher explains why some students are “good” at math, and others lag behind

Salon – Frances E. Anderson

“When Frances E. Anderson saw the latest math scores for America’s fourth-and eighth-graders, she was hardly surprised that they had dropped. Until recently — including the period of remote instruction during the pandemic — Anderson taught high school math to students at all levels. Now she is a researcher seeking to change how people understand children’s math ability. In the following Q&A, Anderson explains what makes some kids “good” at math and what it will take to catch up those who have fallen behind.” (more)

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