About Everyday Mathematics
Everyday Mathematics is a comprehensive Pre-K through grade 6 mathematics program developed by the University of Chicago School Mathematics Project and published by McGraw-Hill Education. Every year in the US, about 4.3 million students in 220,000 classrooms are using Everyday Mathematics.
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Discover how Everyday Mathematics' research-based and field-tested approach is effective in developing children’s understandings and skills that produce life-long mathematical power.
Learn more about how the Everyday Mathematics curriculum came to be. Here you can view the timeline of Everyday Mathematics development, learn about the research that became the foundation of Everyday Mathematics, and read about the backgrounds of the team of Everyday Mathematics creators and authors.
Everyday Mathematics is published by McGraw-Hill Education. The company employs a complete development, marketing, sales, and customer service staff to support Everyday Mathematics.
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This section answers many of the questions teachers, parents, and administrators may have about the Everyday Mathematics philosophy, goals, and curriculum. For example, how does Everyday Mathematics view the role of games or calculators in elementary mathematics education?
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