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The Better Math Teaching Network involves researchers, teachers and instructional leaders working side-by-side to improve instruction. The work involves specifying a common problem and ongoing testing and refinement.
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Our core principles.

Teachers are central to change.

Student-centered teaching is complex and almost impossible to do in isolation.

Teaching can be continuously improved.

Quick-cycle improvement methods provide opportunities to study and improve teaching.

Research and practice should be seamlessly integrated.

Student-centered instruction.

Student-centered instructional approaches deeply engage students in learning mathematics.


We want to deepen and expand student-centered instruction in high school mathematics.

High school Algebra I teachers from across New England participate in the Better Math Teaching Network. Learn more about our focus on algebra and what we do.


The network.

We are committed to supporting the collaborative, continuous improvement of instruction.