In 35 years of teaching mathematics on three continents, I’ve encountered hundreds of students who thought maths was difficult. Usually this belief had developed because they didn’t understand the fundamentals of what they were being asked to do. I’d probably be the same if I was trying to speak a foreign language without understanding the syntax.
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From the President of the San Jose Unified School District Board of Trustees - The experience of the 2016 election, not just the result, but the accompanying lack of meaningful conversation and...