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Blended Learning Today and Tomorrow

With the right technology and school preparation, blended learning can be a success

Most Common Core states not aligned to math graduation standards

According to a new study, only 11 states and the District of Columbia have high school math graduation requirements aligned to CCSS.

Ala. Gov. Bentley supports funding for math, science, and technology

Gov. Robert Bentley visited Oak Mountain Middle School as between 300 and 400 instructors began two-week training in conjunction with the Alabama Math, Science and Technology Initiative.

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Teacher collaboration, communities improve students' math scores

Many elementary students' math performance improves when their teachers collaborate, work in professional learning communities or do both, yet most students don't spend all of their elementary school years in these settings, a new study by UNC Charlotte researchers shows.

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Will Bitcoin Change How Kids Learn to Count?

Digital currency company Bitcoin has been generating buzz—some would say hype—for a while; in the last few months there’s been talk about Bitcoin ATMs, bubbles, ecosystems, miners, and more. But no one has addressed something about Bitcoin that seems obvious in hindsight: What about its effects on teaching kids to count? How will a generation of kids that grows up on Bitcoin, or some future iteration of digital currency that eventually becomes the norm, learn math?

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ST Math Raises Both Scores and Confidence at Arizona Middle School

Software from MIND Research Institute contributing to math success at Palomino Intermediate

Instructional Software Should Be Exercise, Not Physical Therapy

Minding Math: A Special Report from the MIND Research Institute

Guide to Blended Learning for Elementary Mathematics

Maximize student engagement and achievement by bringing traditional instruction and online learning together

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