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Retrieved from Mandel, S. (2006). The expectations that 21st century students face are completely transforming the approach that’s being taken in classrooms across America. It’s worth remembering: you might say to yourself, “Hey, I went to school, I remember what it was like, I know math, and I think that this new Common Core Math stuff is ridiculous.” Reminder: you know absolutely nothing about teaching.

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