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LET’S COMMIT TO GIVING MATHEMATICS THE ATTENTION IT DESERVES.

Numeracy Counts for academic success. It counts for confidence in all content areas, including STEM. It counts for college achievement. It counts for career growth. Numeracy counts for future achievement.

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THE MATH GAP

American Students Fall Behind Other Nations in Math.

To remain competitive in a global economy, we must close the math gap.

MINDSET MATTERS

A Growth Mindset Improves Performance

Having a growth mindset means understanding that your brain acts like a muscle—and that with effort everyone can be successful. As teachers, we need to spearhead a cultural shift in and out of the classroom, where students believe their efforts will pay off.

In partnership with Mindset Works and Math Solutions, we have to ensure that every student has a growth mindset that motivates them to persevere and become effective problem solvers and 21st-century learners. Do you believe that math comes naturally to certain people or that hard work leads to success? Take our quiz to get started:

AUTHORS & ADVISORS

Partnerships With Leading Experts.

For over 180 years, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt has remained committed to raising student achievement and advancing the mission of our educators.

We've turned to a team of world-class researchers—accomplished specialists who have influenced the fields of mathematics, professional development, mindset and motivation, and more. Translating theory into classroom practice, each of these lauded professionals has contributed his or her knowledge and experience to help develop our instructional programs from the ground up.

HAROLD ASTURIAS
Director, University of California, Berkeley
DR. JULI DIXON
Professor, University of Central Florida
KAREN FUSON
Professor Emerita, Northwestern University
DR. TED HASSELBRING
Professor, Vanderbilt University
DR. FREEMAN HRABOWSKI
President, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
DR. TIMOTHY KANOLD
Former President, NCSM
DR. EDWARD BURGER
President, Southwestern University
DR. DAVID DOCKTERMAN
Professor, Harvard University

OUR SOLUTIONS

Pathways to Achievement

From core programs to adaptive assessments and targeted intervention, math instruction for K–12 must reflect the language, strategies, and expectations of effortful learning to help students persevere and progress in smart and productive ways. In addition, teachers need comprehensive support to build confidence and foster effective instruction.

Explore Patterns & Numbers

Develop a love of math from the very start. PreK math programs help first-time students build key foundational skills such as number recognition, counting and analyzing patterns.

Support Each Educator

Professional learning helps teachers implement instructional strategies and best practices.

Explore Patterns & Numbers

Develop a love of math from the very start. PreK math programs help first-time students build key foundational skills such as number recognition, counting and analyzing patterns.

Support Each Educator

Professional learning helps teachers implement instructional strategies and best practices.

TAKE THE PLEDGE

Let’s Make Numeracy Count!

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