The Math Myth
Professor Andrew Hacker talked about his book, The Math Myth: And Other STEM Delusions, about whether advanced mathematics should be required in school.
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John Ewing President Math for America
Andrew Hacker Author
James Tanton Mathematician-at-Large Mathematical Association of America
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