If you can add up the columns on this page and read the text, odds are you’re probably not a recent high school grad.
Unfortunately, what they are excising are the courses many outside academe might consider most valuable.
Mathematics is too masculine, said a professor at Vanderbilt in a journal article.
Algebra is apparently a huge impediment to advancing in community college, at least to one community college chancellor.
‘White cis’ (i.e. cisgender) males should resign from their positions of power and let women of color and ‘trans people’ take charge, wrote one professor at Hawaii.
Social justice is making its way into middle school math curriculum, thanks to Teach for America.
‘Fair division’ is apparently being taught at colleges like Rutgers University, which some could consider ‘fake math.’
From School Reform News: Results of 2016 state testing data indicate 44 percent of New York 3rd graders were proficient in math, yet only 24 percent of 8th graders reached proficiency. The contrast is especially…
Roy Wilson, president of Wayne State University, was honored with a civil rights award for his work promoting diversity, which included the elimination of mathematics course requirement for graduation.
NASA Administrator Charles Bolden and founder of FIRST Dean Kamen discussed the importance of implementing STEM (Science, technology, engineering, and math education in America)to redirect kids’ passions from competing with basketballs to competing with robots….