## Quebec Dominates in Math, Here Is Why Ed Reformers Should Pay Attention

Shane Vander Hart: Canadian provinces would be wise to emulate Quebec’s success in math, but we in the United States would be as well.

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Shane Vander Hart: Canadian provinces would be wise to emulate Quebec’s success in math, but we in the United States would be as well.

A report from Abt Associates that included a cross-section of nine different states shows that states that revise the standards really don’t change much.

Teachers in elementary schools who are “generalists” are having a problem with Common Core math according to an article in The Hechinger Report.

Common Core has been a dividing wedge between parents and students, especially in math while sitting at the homework table, and this is by design.

Two reports from the Defending the Early Years, a Boston-based non-profit organization took aim at the Common Core kindergarten standards in literacy & math.

NPR ran a profile on Jason Zimba that appears to be an attempt to change the narrative about Common Core. Â Here the

I read an interesting article in the Sioux Falls Argus Leader yesterday. Â It was focused on how parents in the Sioux Falls,

Sandra Stotsky wrote a blog post on Pioneer Instituteâ€™s blog that deserves attention.Â Youâ€™ll get the gist in the opening paragraph: Stanford

Stanford University Mathematician and former Common Core validation committee member Dr. James Milgram discusses his concerns with the Common Core Math Standards

Standards for Mathematical Practice The Common Core State Standards for Mathematics Table of Contents includes two types of standards. First listed are