Robyn Urback, columnist for the National Post argues that math isn’t hard, but teaching it is.

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“An interesting discussion paper suggests that for female students in primary school, the gender of a teacher may matter when it comes to learning math. Women math teachers with a strong background in the subject led to approximately a 3 per cent increase in math scores for girls.”

Read the rest of the article by SIMONA CHIOSE in The Globe and Mail

The Jump Math program, which is available for free online, is getting rave reviews from teachers and researchers.

Vancouver teacher Elisha Bonnis says it changed her life. After years of  being told she was just one of those people who doesn’t get math she recently completed a master’s degree in math education.

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