Latest News & Happenings

Current happenings and updates from Math Recovery®

Pioneer Award Description & Rubric

The US Math Recovery Council® Pioneer Award is designed to honor individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the field of numeracy. Presentations of the Pioneer Award are made at...

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Executive Summary of August Board Minutes

Executive Summary of Minutes - US Math Recovery Council® Board Meeting, August 4, 2013

CEO Report: Carolyn Olijnek, US Math Recovery Council® CEO

12 month Strategic Plan Update:

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2014 USMRC Annual Conference Announced

2014 US Math Recovery® Annual Conference
"The Difference is YOU in Numeracy Education"

Save the Date!
May 6th - May 8th, 2014
Omni Austin Hotel at Southpark


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August 2013 Letter from Carolyn

Dear Math Recovery® Council Members,

With great enthusiasm, I write to inform you of a special honor for two members of our Math Recovery® Community. Dr. Jonathan Thomas and Dr....

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USRMC Seeks Employees for Minnesota Office

Dear US Math Recovery® Council Members,

We are looking forward to a delightfully busy summer schedule! The response to Summer Institute trainings for Math Recovery® Intervention Specialists and AVMR Champions...

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May 2013 Letter from Carolyn

Dear US Math Recovery® Members,

It truly warms my heart to be part of an organization so passionate for its mission. It was a pleasure to meet so many of...

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May 2013 Update from the Board Chair

Dear USMRC Membership:

What an exciting Denver Conference! The theme of Climbing New Heights of Numeracy was truly achieved through our wonderful keynote speakers as well as through our Math...

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US Math Recovery at The NCTM Conference

US Math Recovery® staffed a booth at the NCTM Conference in Denver this year. As part of a promotion, USMRC sent postcards to conference attendees with a bit of advertising...

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Connecting Research to Practice

Whenever we try a new practice in the classroom, we, of course, want it to positively impact student learning. However, many times the best practices we implement take several years...

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