Power in Numbers

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Introduction

Applied math skills empower adult learners to think critically and solve challenges big and small. These skills are keys to our economic prosperity. They can open doors to further education and training, and significantly increase employment opportunities and tong-term career options.

The Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education (OCTAE) wants to help adult learners receive the applied math skills they’ll need to succeed in the real world. Power in Numbers is teaming up with teachers and other experts to curate high-quality open educational resources (OER) that adult ed instructors across the country can access for free.

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Meet the Experts

Learn more about the work of our Power in Numbers panel members on our Experts page.

Jo Boaler

Professor of Mathematics Education, Co-founder youcubed.org, Stanford University

John Comings

Senior Technical Consultant,
World Education

Iddo Gal

Senior Lecturer, Department of Human Services Management, University of Haifa, Israel

Amee Evans Godwin

Director, Innovation,
ISKME
 
 

Gerard L. Hanley

Executive Director, MERLOT; Assistant Vice Chancellor, Academic Technology Services for the California State University

Chonda Long

Director of Professional Development, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics

 

Patti Smith

Chief Marketing Officer & Co-Founder, Querium

Katherine Safford-Ramus

Professor of Mathematics, Saint Peter’s University

Dan Meyer

Chief Academic Officer,
Desmos

 

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