Professor: Education research can improve math instruction

U.S. education researchers have found more effective ways of teaching science and math, but critics are preventing those techniques from being implemented in U.S. classrooms, says author and British math education professor Jo Boaler. Problem-based methods engage students more actively in learning, but are targeted by the "anti-knowledge movement" that "undermines our ability to improve American children's mathematical understanding," she writes.

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