Going Back to School with Mathematica’s Former Teachers

Aug 28, 2019

Right now, more than 3.6 million public school teachers are preparing their classrooms, meeting with parents, reviewing lesson plans, and getting to know rooms full of students whose lives they will touch in countless ways.

At Mathematica, we believe that high quality education is critical to the future of our nation's children, and we’re committed to helping our partners uncover evidence and insights that improve education and address inequalities in America’s classrooms—and that means helping educators and administrators better understand what’s working. Let’s go back to school with some of Mathematica’s former teachers to see how teaching continues to shape their work.


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