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MSU participates in $1M study to examine early algebra challenges

MSU participates in $1M study to examine early algebra challenges

Schools across the nation are requiring all students to complete algebra by the end of ninth grade, which will potentially increase U.S. competitiveness and level the playing field for minorities and poor students.  However, a team of educational researchers from Michigan State University and the University of Pennsylvania theorize that this phenomenon could have some negative consequences.… Read More »

Faculty honored for research article in math education

Faculty honored for research article in math education

Associate professor of teacher education Beth Herbel-Eisenmann will be honored by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) for a recent article published in Mathematics Teacher. She will receive the council’s inaugural Linking Research and Practice Outstanding Publication Award with her co-authors at the NCTM meeting in Indianapolis this April. The article, “Curriculum Vision and Coherence: Adapting Curriculum… Read More »