Everyday Mathematics is an enriched, comprehensive, and balanced mathematics curriculum for grades Pre-K-6. Developed by the University of Chicago School Mathematics Project and based on extensive research, teacher input and field-testing, Everyday Mathematics teaches the basics . . . and a whole lot more. Students learn computational skills as well as a broad range of mathematics concepts including data and probability, geometry and spatial sense, measures and measurement, algebra and uses of variables. Used in over 175,000 classrooms and with over 2.8 million students, Everyday Mathematics has a proven legacy of success. Districts from all over the country have reported strong evidence of dramatic improvement student achievement and test scores.
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