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Parent Voices   |   October 21, 2016
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Despite being taught math with a very different methodology, many parents of Eureka students are seeing how a more conceptual understanding of math benefits their child.

Lynne Munson
President and Executive Director, Great Minds
“Thinking About the Why and the How is Important”
“The focus is so much more on understanding the reason behind the answer and not just getting the answer,” says Alicia Sokol, parent of two Eureka students at Hyde-Addison Elementary in Washington, DC. In a short video made by DC Public Schools, Alicia shares her view on Eureka Math and how it positively impacted her children’s math experience.
Halloween Pinterest BOOard
Eureka Math helps take away student’s fear of math, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be a little bit spooky. Halloween is approaching and you can bring all of the ghosts, goblins, and ghouls into the classroom. Check out our Halloween board on our Eureka Math Pinterest page for Halloween themed resources.
From Yakima to Sandusky…
Eureka Math will be present at math conferences all across the country this October. Visit our booths and meet our team members at:
Eureka Continues EdReports.org Success
In a recently published report, Edreports.org reviewed 14 high school math curricula including Eureka Math. Eureka continued its success with EdReports.org, meeting expectations in Focus & Coherence and partially meeting expectations in Rigor and Mathematical Practices, with the report stating many strengths of the curriculum in both categories.
© 2016 Great Minds
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