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Author:Stanley, Sarah; Allee, Angie; Mills, Connie; and Flanagan, Melissa
Description: Dedicated to giving parents "... the information and resources they need to raise their children lovingly, supportively, and successfully." Since 1993, the non-profit Learning Community has helped schools and families work together on behalf of children. Browse or search the resource library for useful video segments, PDF files, and websites about parenting, organized into the categories school/learning, behavior problems, how kids develop, parent-school involvement, recursos en español, and more. See, in particular, QuickTime videos in the subtopic of "Science/Math," such as "Algebra -- Earlier: Why algebra should be introduced much earlier," "Don't Let Your Daughter Duck Science and Math: Ways can parents can encourage their daughters to succeed in science and math," "Geometry -- Not Just for High School: Why children learn geometry most effectively when it is part of their daily lives," and "The Importance of Estimation: Learn the importance of mathematical estimation in daily life."

Levels: Elementary, Middle School (6-8), High School (9-12)
Languages: English, Spanish
Resource Types: Video, Link Listings, Public and Government Institutions, Articles
Math Ed Topics: Community Outreach

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