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  • Math People

    By Janet Pinto, Chief Academic Officer, Curriki What makes a “math person”? What is it that causes people to pursue majors and careers in math and other STEM disciplines where mathematics is crucial to success? The National Science Foundation has … Continue reading
  • Creative Teaching

    By Kim Jones, CEO, Curriki A recent blog at the National Education Association website reported on a study concerning how K12 teachers can be creative in the classroom, in the face of standardized curricula and testing. The authors of the … Continue reading

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