For Some English Learners, Math Fluency Transcends Language

For Some English Learners, Math Fluency Transcends Language

Mary Mata December 18, 2013

By Nancy Lopez and Daniel Jimenez, South Kern Sol/New America Media NAM Ed. Note: When it comes to math, English Learner (EL) students – the fastest growing segment of public school students in […]

Bien Hecho: Latino Math Prof Wins Natl Medal Of Science

Mary Mata October 4, 2011

Next month, Mexican-American mathematics professor Richard Tapia will receive the country’s most prestigious awards for scientists, National Medal of Science.  He’ll accept the award from President Obama himself, an honor […]

News Taco To Go: Math, Chile, GOP, Norway And Obama

Mary Mata July 27, 2011

How To Get More Latinos Involved In Math And Science HidroAysen Hydroplant Is Not The Only Solution GOP Candidates Ignore Latinos, Then Lie To Them Norway, Latinos And The Far […]

We Need More Latinos Involved In Math & Science

Mary Mata July 26, 2011

By Jean Rockford Aguilar-Valdez I have a proposition for us Latinos. A revolution of sorts, and one that is ripe for the making: Latinos need to become a force to […]

Achievement Gaps Between White And Latino Students

Mary Mata June 27, 2011

[Editor’s Note: The following is an excerpt from the executive summary for a report released by the National Assessment of Educational Progress. You can read the entire report here.] The […]