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(May 04, 2015)
Scholastic Math is a great supplement to our curricular tool in that it provides additional reallife application of the math concepts we are studying.
Rachael King (February 09, 2015)
Scholastic MATH is wonderful and it motivates my students every week! Thank you for all that you do!
Melissa Harding (May 11, 2015)
My first year of experience with the magazines in my classroom has been wonderful and enriching for my students. Thank you so much for providing such a wonderful literary resource to support my math content!
Laura Hawley (May 09, 2014)
Keep up the good work! The stats page is great. The students struggle with it and it is vital they learn to decide which graph will give them the information they are looking for. They love it when there is one graph to read and guess from. I like that the multiple graphs make them analyze what the graphs are really telling them, which is in line with the Common Core Standards.
Cynthia Jones (May 07, 2015)
It shows my students that math is everywhere.
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