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Each week, we update our blog with a detailed look into a math activity as well as an article showing a unique look into math education and online learning. Posts added Thursdays at 7pm PT (Los Angeles Timezone).
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Coming in late 2020! The semi-annual Math Circular magazine collects stories, activities, and experiences from math professionals nationwide.
While waiting for the first issue of the Math Circular, you can browse back issues of the previous version of our magazine, the MTCircular, which was published from 2011 to 2019.