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Current happenings and updates from Math Recovery®

"Continuous Learning...Connecting the Dots Between Research & Practice!"

Register today! Plan on attending the US Math Recovery® 2016 National Conference & Annual Business Meeting held October 24-27, 2016, in Bloomington, MN.

Engage in professional development designed for all...

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2016 National Conference Featured Speakers

To enhance your conference experience US Math Recovery® invites you to come, listen and learn from our Keynote Presenters and Featured Speakers:

Dr. Anderson Norton & Dr. Amy...

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Welcome New Board Members!

The US Math Recovery® Council’s Board of Directors is excited to welcome new board members, Megan Kidwell, Dr. Richard Kitchen, Jill Leier, and Dee Swanson with the approval of US...

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June 2016 Letter from Carolyn

Dear US Math Recovery® Members,

Earlier this year we engaged the services of Castle Worldwide to evaluate our programs and to conduct a survey of membership. From a random sample...

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2016 Board Slate Vote - Your Vote Counts!

Dear US Math Recovery® Council Members:

The Board Development Committee, on behalf of the US Math Recovery® Board of Directors, is pleased to introduce the 2016 Slate of Nominees for...

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2016 National Conference Registration Open: Seats Filling Quickly!

Register TODAY to attend the US Math Recovery® 2016 National Conference "Continuous Learning...Connecting the Dots Between Research & Practice!" held October 24-27, 2016, in Bloomington, MN. Continue your quest for...

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Connecting the Dots Between Research and Practice: Empowering Educators

In a survey conducted by Castle Worldwide on behalf of US Math Recovery® Council, respondents were asked to identify which statement was the most accurate about their use of US...

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Save Paper and Time! Enter Online!

Submit student data from students participating in Math Recovery® intervention and intervention groups using Math Recovery® strategies.

Online student data collection has been expanded to accept multiple entries and replaces...

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April 2016 Letter from Carolyn

Dear US Math Recovery® Members,

While attending the eLearning Guild's Learning Solutions Conference in March, David Kwong amazed and entertained the audience. Mr. Kwong studied magic at Harvard University. First,...

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