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In Nebraska, university and school districts build formula for better math education

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Math coach working with students

Marni Driessen, a math coach at Mount View Elementary and Wakonda Elementary in Omaha Public Schools, works through a math lesson with a first-grade classroom at Mount View. Driessen completed Primarily Math, a NebraskaMATH program for K-3 teachers, in 2011. She is now an instructor for the Omaha Public Schools Teacher Leader Academy.

Credit: Stephanie Vendetti, University of Nebraska-Lincoln


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Primary math teachers learning

University of Nebraska-Omaha professor Janice Rech speaks with primary math teachers from Omaha Public Schools. The teachers are participating in a Primarily Math course through the NebraskaMATH Omaha Public Schools Teacher Leader Academy.

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Middle school math teachers class

Jim Lewis, head of UNL's Center for Science, Mathematics and Computer Education, teaches "Mathematics as a Second Language" to Omaha Public Schools teachers. They are participating in a Math in the Middle course through the NebraskaMATH Omaha Public Schools Teacher Leader Academy.

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Math coach with students

Marni Driessen completed the NebraskaMATH program for primary math teachers in 2011. She is now a math coach at Mount View Elementary and Wakonda Elementary in Omaha, and an instructor for the Omaha Public Schools Teacher Leader Academy. Omaha is Nebraska's largest district.

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