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- SponsorThis content is provided by our sponsor. It is not written by and does not necessarily reflect the views of Education Week's editorial staff.Discover why this approach reduces forgetting and supports longer-term achievement in students’ success.SponsorThis content is provided by our sponsor. It is not written by and does not necessarily reflect the views of Education Week's editorial staff.When you know which math standards and skills are most difficult for students to master, you can better prioritize instruction at every g...Mathematics Gates Foundation Targets Culturally Responsive Math Teaching With New GrantsThe goal is to improve algebra outcomes for Black and Latino students, English-language learners, and students experiencing poverty.Mathematics Opinion 'Beware of Teaching Math Vocabulary Out of Context!'Three educators share their favorite math instructional strategies, including 'Turn & Talk to Your Neighbor.'Mathematics Opinion Four Teacher-Recommended Instructional Strategies for MathFour teachers share their favorite strategies for math instruction, including the Concrete Representational Abstract approach.Mathematics What the Research Says Doubling Down on Algebra Can Pay Off in College, But Who Your Peers Are Matters, TooA new study links taking extra-long algebra classes in early high school to a higher likelihood of earning a college degree years later.Mathematics Algebra 1 Is a Turning Point. Here’s How to Help Incoming StudentsTargeted support is especially urgent in Algebra 1, experts say; the class is a gatekeeper to higher level mathematics.SponsorThis content is provided by our sponsor. It is not written by and does not necessarily reflect the views of Education Week's editorial staff.Join learning scientists and inspiring district leaders, for a timely panel discussion addressing a school district’s approach to doubling and tripling Math gains during Covid. What started as a goal to address learning gaps inMathematics Opinion Don't 'Make the Math Classroom a Project-Based-Learning-Free Zone'Three educators share advice on incorporating project-based learning in math classes, including asking the question "What's nearby?"The importance of disrupting traditional American math practices and adopting high-quality math curriculum continues to be essential for changing the trajectory of historically under-resourced schools. Building systems around high-quality math curriculum also is necessary to