HOW U.S. SCHOOLS CAN IMPROVE MATH EDUCATION

With U.S. students regularly placing behind 20 to 25 other nations in mathematics test scores, many education experts are wondering what the sources of the problem are and how we can take steps to fix them. Here’s a look at how American schools can improve their math curricula and help struggling students
  1. Gradually reduce the amount of numbers overcrowding the curriculum
  2. Design problems using relatable real-world scenarios, like subtracting specific amounts of funding from an education budget
  3. Plead with teacher’s union to make exception in order to get rid of Mr. Donovan
  4. Fix smudge on projector transparency sheet on isosceles triangles
  5. Institute and fund a sweeping foreign exchange program that offers American children unique opportunity to visit high-achieving Singaporean schools and cheat off their students
  6. Decorate classrooms with photos of famous mathletes from throughout history
  7. Get students more engaged by having them act out a theorem or conjecture
  8. Buddy up Alabama with Massachusetts
  9. Allow students to take a few integers home with them after school