Projects

Education Week's projects are special packages of stories, visuals, and more that go deep on an education topic
First grade students participate in a Slow Reveal Graph exercise about heart rates in different animals led by Math Specialist Jenna Laib at Michael Driscoll School in Brookline, Mass. on June 1, 2023.
First grade students participate in a Slow Reveal Graph exercise about heart rates in different animals led by Math Specialist Jenna Laib at Michael Driscoll School in Brookline, Mass. on June 1, 2023.
Sophie Park for Education Week
Illustration of Table top view of workstation from above including: Laptop, statistics reports, calculator, smartphone, coffee, notepad, pens on a grid table.
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Mathematics Project Q&A: When Am I Going to Use This Math in Real Life?
Sarah D. Sparks, July 31, 2023
5 min read
Illustration of a data report, information, and resources.
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Math Specialist Jenna Laib leads a 1st grade class in a Slow Reveal Graph exercise about heart rates in different animals at Michael Driscoll School in Brookline, Mass., on June 1, 2023. Laib curates a website for Slow Reveal Graphs, which are instructional routines that promote sense making about data by gradually revealing information.
Math Specialist Jenna Laib leads a 1st grade class in a discussion around a statistical graphing exercise at Michael Driscoll School in Brookline, Mass., on June 1, 2023.
Sophie Park for Education Week
Illustration of test items on a flat surface, including test booklet, test sheets, pencils, eraser and pencil sharpener.
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Illustration of city buildings with financial, job, data, technology, and statistics iconography.
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Illustration of various data
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Mathematics Project The State of Math Education, in Charts
Sarah D. Sparks, July 31, 2023
1 min read
A third grade student raises their hands during a Slow Reveal Graph exercise about colors of national flags around the world at Michael Driscoll School in Brookline, Mass., on June 1, 2023. Driscoll Math Specialist Jenna Laib curates a website for Slow Reveal Graphs, which are instructional routines that promote sense making about data by gradually revealing information.
Students raise their hands during a "slow reveal" exercise on data use in a 3rd grade class at Michael Driscoll School in Brookline, Mass., in June.
Sophie Park for Education Week
Lindsey Henderson, a secondary-mathematics specialist for the Utah board of education, talks about data science and the Utah Mathematics Pathways initiative with math educators during a seminar at Pleasant Grove High School in Pleasant Grove on May 30.
Lindsey Henderson, a secondary-mathematics specialist for the Utah board of education, talks about data science during a seminar at Pleasant Grove High School in Pleasant Grove, Utah, on May 30, 2023.
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Mathematics Project Are Students Getting All the Math They Need to Succeed?
Sarah D. Sparks, July 31, 2023
15 min read
First grader June Ferguson participates in a Slow Reveal Graph exercise about heart rates in animals led by Jenna Laib, the math specialist at Michael Driscoll School in Brookline, Mass., in June. Laib curates a website for the program, which provides instructional routines that help students make sense of data by gradually revealing information.
First grader June Ferguson participates in a Slow Reveal Graph exercise about heart rates in animals led by Jenna Laib, the math specialist at Michael Driscoll School in Brookline, Mass., in June. Laib curates a website for the program, which helps students make sense of data by gradually revealing information.
Sophie Park for Education Week
Mathematics Project Finding Time for Math Across the Curriculum
Sarah D. Sparks, July 31, 2023
7 min read