Eureka Math and Assessment for Learning

Assessments for learning are formative assessments. Formative assessments are a way to get information about student comprehension to make...

Grading in Eureka Math®

As teachers, we know that grading is a required part of our work. When I first started teaching, the biggest mistake I made was to grade...

324,000 California Students Use Eureka Math, Eureka Math in Sync

Wednesday, December 9, 2020—An estimated 324,000 California public school students in Transitional Kindergarten–Grade 8 use Eureka Math®/Eureka...

Improving Equity in Science Education

In this video, you’ll hear from three members of the PhD Science team—Brianna Reilly, curriculum development manager, Isaac Stauffer, professional...

Reading Complex Texts in Wit & Wisdom

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All Wit & Wisdom students engage in a transferable process—the Content Stages—to read grade-level texts so that all develop...

Maintaining Rigor with Eureka Math®

What does a rigorous mathematics classroom mean to you? When answering this question, many teachers think of how difficult the math is for their...

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