Infants might have some ability to estimate probability, at least when it’s not too hard to estimate the likelihood of an event.
Childhood immigration in Canada, esp. with rising refugees there, has sent educators looking for answers on how to best educate them.
A computer program from Belgium may help scientists understand why the 30 trillion cells in a human body have so many different types.
We sometimes need to develop mathematical models for costs we incur in our jobs or in daily life. Here’s one way to do just that.
Math and CTE students in IL and Texas are using geometry to build houses—some for living in, some for climbing in, as in tree houses.
Given a few facts about the total sales at a business over 3 years, can you find the basis sales figures using algebraic manipulation?
On the PARCC 8th grade math test, students will be required to analyze systems of equations and determine if there are no, 1, or infinitely many solutions.
We can deny it, but test after test (whether valid or not) shows boys score well in higher math and girls in elementary reading. What to do?
Unemployment rates and access to a university education can influence the way certain areas vote, one study about Brexit has shown.
Should kids be taught to count on their fingers when figuring out simple arithmetic? New research suggests the pedagogical tool may be good after all.