Great article!
Emily Aamodt

Agreed — math pedagogy has a long way to go! High-stakes testing is a toxin that needs to be resisted with all our might. But when used as a low-stakes mechanism for feedback and support, testing can be very useful. And in any case, no math curriculum is complete without rich, open problems that build on foundational knowledge.

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