New Edition of Teaching Resource for K–8 Math Answers Questions Teachers Are Asking


Alexandra Wladich

About Teaching Mathematics, Fourth Edition by Marilyn Burns Gives K–8 Teachers Actionable Strategies to Help Students Become Confident Learners in Math

Math@Work™ Video Series from Scholastic Connects Classroom Learning to 21st Century Careers


Tyler Reed
Scholastic Inc.
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Premiere Episode Math@Work: Math Meets Fashion, Hosted by Project Runway's Tim Gunn


Scholastic Announces Educational Technology Product Launch with "MATH 180," "iRead," "System 44" Next Generation and "READ 180"


Tyler Reed
Scholastic Inc.

Breakthrough K-12 Math and Reading Programs for the Common Core Combine Smart Technology, Rich Data, Professional Learning and Rigorous, Relevant Content


It's Not Only the Answer, It's How Students Solve the Problem that Counts in New Math Assessment for the Common Core

Developed by renowned math educator Marilyn Burns, the Math Reasoning Inventory (MRI) evaluates key conceptual math understandings and skills required in Common Core State Standards

SAUSALITO, CA — February 13, 2012 — A new math assessment tool developed by esteemed math educator Marilyn Burns, now available free to all teachers, not only cares about the answers students give, but also how they figured them out.

First-Ever Computer-Adaptive Math Assessment Tool from Scholastic

Scholastic Math Inventory (SMI) Measures Students’ Math Skills and Delivers Reports to Help Teachers Target Instruction

NEW YORK, N.Y., June 29, 2010 – Schools can now use classroom computers to quickly measure students’ math achievement, track their progress and receive immediate feedback to help differentiate instruction.

With "Fraction Nation™," Students Conquer Common Math Stumbling Block

New Technology Program from Scholastic, the Creator of READ 180®,
Gives Students Keys to Unlock Algebra

NEW YORK, N.Y. (April 1, 2010) – It’s the first move into abstract thinking, the first time we ask kids to work in the space between whole numbers like 1, 2, and 3. It’s when math gets hard.

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