Though Common Core math problems may look complex, math itself hasn’t changed. One plus one is still two. What has shifted is the way schools teach math under many states’ new college- and career-readiness standards. To prepare students for an increasingly technical world, many teachers are working to strengthen students’ deep math knowledge—how, where, and why math ideas fit together. How can you support that work at home? Here are six dos and don’ts.
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