Numeracy counts for academic success. It counts for college achievement. It counts for career growth and future achievement. And, yet American students have fallen behind other nations in math performance for years. HMH^{®} is committed to giving mathematics instruction the attention it deserves so students can fall in love with math, and we can close the math gap.

Having a growth mindset means understanding that with effort, learning can grow and everyone can be successful. We want to help you create learning environments that foster a growth mindset, motivating students to persevere and become effective problem solvers.

Contextualize Learning with Math@Work

With the free Math@Work^{ }web series, you’ll motivate students by sharing how their career aspirations can be realized through an understanding of math. Industry leaders work with real students to show the importance of learning math. Engage your classroom as you watch students discover the possibilities math presents.

Take Our Quiz to Determine Your Math Mindset

We have to ensure that every student has a growth mindset that motivates them to persevere and become effective problem solvers and 21^{st}-century learners. *Do you believe that math comes naturally to certain people or that hard work leads to success?*

Bring Math to Life with Innovative Music Labs

Join us in thinking outside the box to create meaningful, relevant learning experiences that bring math instruction to life and inspire students to believe in their ability to become unstoppable problem solvers—in and out of the classroom.

Professional Learning

Math Solutions works with school districts across the country and publishes more than 90 books and resources to help educators improve teacher effectiveness and math instruction in their schools. Courses are accessible, convenient, cost-effective, and can be held in your school, district, or a nearby location. We can focus on content knowledge for any curriculum or program and help you prepare teachers and students for success in mathematics.

Outcomes

Our Pre-K-12 curriculum, instruction, assessment and professional development are all aligned to foster students’ academic growth and build teachers’ effectiveness.

See how our math solutions can work in your classroom.

Our Programs

Comprehensive Solutions for Grades Pre-K-12

Core

Intervention & Supplemental

Assessment

related solutions

HMH Advanced Placement & Electives

Give students a head start on college with courses that deepen understanding of key concepts and their real-world applications.

Our Authors & Advisors

Research Yields Success

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

Harold Asturias

Director of Center for Mathematics Excellence and Equity, Lawrence Hall of Science, University of California, Berkeley

Dr. Juli K. Dixon

Professor of Mathematics Education; Elementary, Middle, Secondary, and Post-Secondary Mathematics Education

Dr. Karen Fuson

Professor Emerita, Northwestern University

Dr. Ted Hasselbring

Emeritus Professor, Vanderbilt University; **HMH Learning Sciences & Research Advisory Board**

Dr. Freeman Hrabowski

President, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Dr. Timothy D. Kanold

International Educator, Author, and Consultant; Mathematics Education

Dr. Edward B. Burger

Elementary, Middle, Secondary, and Post-Secondary Mathematician

Dr. David Dockterman

Lecturer, Harvard Graduate School of Education; Podcast Host, *HMH Learning Moments: Shaping the Future*

Dr. Matthew R. Larson

Past President, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM); Senior Fellow, Math Solutions

Steven J. Leinwand

Principal Research Analyst, American Institutes for Research

Patsy F. Kanter

Dr. Richard Bisk

Professor, Worcester State University

Andy Clark

News & Events

Stay connected to find out how you can make numeracy count

Talk Moves: Engaging Students Through Discussion in the Math Classroom

Students should be engaged in solving and discussing tasks that promote reasoning and problem solving.
Read More

June 5, 2019

Prime Numbers, Trapdoors, and Cracking Codes: A Math Puzzle—Part 1

Surprisingly—or maybe unsurprisingly to some—staying safe in the digital age has a lot to do with math.
Read More

July 3, 2019

Getting Into Math: Looking at Student Work to Improve Instruction

A mathematics educator explains why teachers should collaboratively reflect on the results of student work and how they can subsequently take action.
Read More

September 18, 2020

Q&A With Dr. Juli K. Dixon: Maximizing Your District's Math Instruction

We sat down with Dr. Juli K. Dixon, an author of HMH's Into Math and an expert in mathematics teaching and learning.
Read More

November 30, 2018

Getting Into Math: Organize Instruction to Achieve Rigor

If students understand mathematics conceptually, they will be more likely to apply procedures flexibly and precisely.
Read More

November 25, 2018

Fostering Participation in the Math Classroom: The Power of 'Shush'

A math teaching expert explains what "shushing" entails and how it encourages students to participate in class.
Read More

October 1, 2018

See how our math solutions can work in your classroom.