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Two mathematics learning conferences set for March

Looking to strengthen you skills in March? Check out these upcoming professional learning conferences.

Algebra 2 EOC field test face-to-face training offered

Educators can sign up now for a face-to-face training session being offered by the Kentucky Department of Education for the new Algebra 2 end-of-course assessment.

Creating community opportunities in the math classroom

Henry County's Steve Martell says getting community members into your math classroom is important to show students how math applies in the real world, but you need to ask them strategic questions to get the most out of the visit.

New formative assessment lesson released

A new mathematics formative assessment lesson (FAL) has been posted to the Kentucky Department of Education’s formative assessment webpage.

Tips and tools: Desmos

Desmos is a free online graphing calculator that can be used by an individual or with a class.

Look for these new mathematics virtual learning opportunities

It’s a new year with new virtual professional learning opportunities that keep you learning in the field of mathematics from the comfort of your home.

KCM is looking for teachers to join new learning cohort

Applications are now being accepted for new members of the Foundations for Primary Grades Mathematics (2nd- and 3rd-grade teachers) cohorts.

KCM mathematics’ conferences set

The 2018 Kentucky Center for Mathematics (KCM) Conference will be March 5-6 at the Marriott Griffin Gate Resort in Lexington. Information about the conference will be posted on the KCM website.

An unlikely math teacher shines as Milken award winner

Brooke Powers, a 7th-grade mathematics teacher in Fayette County, is the first Kentucky educator in three years to receive prestigious recognition.

Fayette County’s Brooke Powers earns $25,000 Milken Educator Award

Pop Quiz: When is 1 equal to 1.5 or 2? When Brooke Powers is your math teacher, because her students at Beaumont Middle School (Fayette County) show 1.5 to two years growth in math progress per year.