Learn how they've approached this shift and what they learned.
We started the LONG + LIVE + MATH Movement because we believe that every student can learn math when we believe in them, expect them to participate, and encourage them to own their learning. Yet transforming math learning in this way often requires a shift in culture away from a more traditional approach towards a student-centered environment.
We spoke with four administrators from districts around the country to find out how they've approached this shift and what they learned. From setting goals to getting teacher buy-in to providing the right level of support, these leaders offer their best do's and don't's to help you on this journey.
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