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25 Jul 2005 - 18:04 Linda Seebach-lanche (thank you!) AND a Warren-lanche (thank you! thank you!), and I haven't even had time to straighten up the place. While I'm doing that, newcomers might want to read or bookmark the single best article on the math wars, Barry Garelick's An A-Maze-ing Approach to Math in Education Next. You can find Barry's ktm comments here & user pages here. Or, you might want to get started with the running feature we call Compare and Contrast. Carolyn & I hope some of you will enlist in the cause of better math ed for our kids. Leave comments & advice, edit group pages, or create your own page here (scroll down for instructions; more detailed instructions here). We need volunteers! Mathematicians, applied-math people, teachers, parents, students, occupational therapists, any & all interested parties: we need you! When you're trying to tap the WISDOM OF THE CROWD, the first thing you need is a crowd. Our model is WHO WANTS TO BE A MILLIONAIRE. The audience always knows more than the contestant.
this. (Hint: the politics-makes-strange-bedfellows moment occurs in paragraph 9).
According to Jim this fall. Especially now that Battlestar Galactica has become West Wing.
I wanted to be Nora Ephron. Warren Bell actually is Nora Ephron, or he would be if he were 20 years older and female. Here's my favorite Warren Bell piece so far: Condumb?
Practice Problems for the California Mathematics Standards Grades 1-8 for the Los Angeles County Board of Education, which David Klein developed for the Los Angeles County Board of Education. For a variety of reasons, we think it's a bad idea to rely exclusively on state tests to tell you how your children are doing in math. True for private schools as well as public. The state of California has the best math standards in the country, according to the Thomas B. Fordham Foundation assessment of state math standards. David's problems will tell you whether your child meets CA standards--and, if not, which topics he or she needs to work on.
Assess Your Child for Free Part 2
Assess Your Child for Free
David Klein at the AEI
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