What We’re Watching: Teachers Like Common Core Math. Why Don’t Parents?



By 07/11/2016

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On Thursday, July 14 at 4 pm, Fordham will host a discussion of the results of a recent survey that found that, while teachers have begun to embrace Common Core math, parents (as perceived by teachers) seem less enamored.

common-core-math-report-eventAs the event page explains, eighty-five percent of instructors report that parents misunderstand the new methods and are less likely to reinforce math learning at home. The panelists will discuss how parents and children can be better supported during Common Core implementation.

You can watch the event live here.

– Education Next




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