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Conceptua Math announces Fact Fluency

Conceptua Math announces Fact Fluency: a new adaptive computing module for its groundbreaking math curriculum. Fact Fluency uses personalized learning algorithms along with Conceptua’s patent-pending visual models. With the introduction of Fact Fluency, Conceptua Math adds the power of adaptive learning to its rich adaptive teaching curriculum.

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Hyundai Motor America and MIND Research Institute team up to promote math education

ST Math generates significant increase in student math skills and scores at Spring ISD

Hyundai Motor America and MIND Research Institute team up to promote math education

ST Math generates significant increase in student math skills and scores at Spring ISD

Americans grade math as the most valuable school subject

Math is the clear winner when Americans are asked to say which school subject has been most valuable to them in their lives, followed by language arts—English, literature, or reading—and science. Math and English were also the top two subjects when Gallup first asked this question in 2002.

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NYSED approves i-Ready Diagnostic for grades 9-12

The online diagnostic for reading and math will help New York state school districts and boards of cooperative educational services define student growth for teacher and principal evaluations.

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Foundation grant brings blended learning to 10 L.A. preK sites

Low-income preschoolers in Los Angeles County will have the opportunity to experience a high-tech math program created by the nonprofit MIND Research Institute, thanks to a $200,000 grant from the W.M. Keck Foundation.

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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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