Canadian students' math scores in the OECD’s Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) aren't quite as good as they used to be. Does this mean we should reexamine how children in this country are taught math, and what, exactly, they're learning? In my latest Québécois Libre article, "Math Education Should Be Set Free," I argue that it may indeed be time for a new approach―or rather, that it may be time for many new approaches.
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Bradley Doucet is a Montreal writer and the English Editor of Le Québécois Libre.
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