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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.Empower your students' math journey with Sue O'Connell, author of “Math in Practice” and “Navigating Numeracy.”Mathematics Technology & Math Instruction: 10 ChartsThis report examines perceptions and experiences of educators around the use of technology for math instruction.Mathematics Spotlight Spotlight on Evidence-Based Teaching in the Math ClassroomThis Spotlight will help you analyze best practices for developing math word problems, investigate math fact fluency instruction, and more.Mathematics K-12 Math Instruction: K-12 & Postsecondary Instructors' Experiences & ViewsWith connections between teacher practice and preparation in mind, we surveyed teachers to learn about how they see math instruction.Mathematics Do Future Teachers Have Math Anxiety? Their University Instructors Think SoProfessors are split on how prepared they believe future teachers are for college-level math.Mathematics From Our Research Center Universities Are Teaching Competing Math Philosophies to Future Teachers. Why That MattersSurvey data reveal deep tensions about the value of explicit teaching, the importance of fluency, and ability grouping in math.Mathematics From Our Research Center Preparing Math Teachers: What's in the Coursework?New EdWeek survey data suggest a mix of methods and the use of textbooks over empirical research.Mathematics Making Sense of Fractions: This Tactic Helped Students Grasp a Key Math TopicFractions are an important building block in students’ mathematical foundations—and notoriously difficult to master.Mathematics Opinion Get Kids Moving During Math Lessons. Trust Me, It Helps Them LearnPhysical activity can be more than a “brain break.” Here’s how to use movement integration as an instructional tool in math class.Mathematics Q&A With Data Science in Demand, This State Is Infusing Instruction With ItVirginia has created a high school data science class and updated math standards to include more data analysis lessons.Mathematics Students Need Better/More Data-Science Skills. Here Are 5 Ways Schools Can HelpOver the past decade, students’ basic data-science skills have been in decline.Mathematics Opinion 11 Ways to Make Math Instruction More Accessible to English-LearnersBreaking down math steps into clear language is one way teachers can help English-learners grasp both the content and academic language.Mathematics Opinion Math Might Be a Universal Language. But Don't Teach It That WayEncouraging students to use their first language helps them make math connections, increasing their understanding and engagement.Mathematics Opinion Math Is Also a Foreign Language to English-Learners. How to Reach ThemAs tough as math mastery can be for any student, learning it along with English calls for additional strategies. Try these nine.Mathematics 7 States Now Require Math Support for Struggling Students. Here's What's in the New LawsThey focus on providing PD, diagnostic tools, and evidence-based teaching. But it will take time to work out the details.