A three-year study found that those responsible for coaching math teachers positively affected student academic progress in grades 3, 4, and 5. Read why this effect took time to emerge.

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Patricia F. Campbell, patc@umd.edu, teaches mathematics education courses at the University of Maryland in College Park. She undertakes mathematics education research that may inform efforts to improve the reality of public schooling, particularly in schools situated in urban and in poorly resourced communities.

Nathaniel N. Malkus, natmalkus@gmail.com, is a research analyst at the American Institutes of Research who studies the distribution and effectiveness of teachers.

(Corresponding author is Campbell patc@umd.edu)
(Corresponding author is Malkus natmalkus@gmail.com)
Teaching Children Mathematics
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