DOE/RAND Study Confirms Algebra Learning Doubles
Panel: Policy Implications from a Major Study on Algebra Effectivness
Washington DC panelists discuss “rare and important” DOE-funded study conducted by the RAND Corporation
WASHINGTON – With the U.S. ranking 25th in international math scores, a panel of scientists and education experts on Capitol Hill recently hailed research so unique that only two percent of all U.S. Department of Education funded studies are similar. The study discovered that a Carnegie Learning curriculum doubled the amount of algebra learning typically experienced by high school math students. Moreover the results are extraordinary because experts believe school districts across the country could realistically replicate the success in their classrooms. Watch highlights of the panel here.
Video, Study, Infographics, Transcript and Fact Sheet available for download below.
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