US DoE Funding Study of JUMP Math: Globe and Mail

The U.S. Department of Education has funded a project led by researchers at Toronto’s Hospital for Sick Children to look at how elementary students fare in math using the current Ontario curriculum and comparing it to the JUMP Math program.

Randomized Controlled Study Shows Substantial Gains for Students Using JUMP Math

Preliminary results from a randomized controlled study led by researchers from Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children, The Ontario Institute for Studies in Education and the University of Toronto show that the math knowledge of children using JUMP Math grew twice as much as that of children using the usual methods of math instruction in a school district in Ontario.

A Better Way to Teach Math: New York Times

JUMP Math is featured in two articles in the New York Times. David Bornstein writes, "...the experience of some educators in Canada and England, using a curriculum called Jump Math, suggests that we seriously underestimate the potential of most students and teachers. It's hard to imagine what society might look like if we could undermine the math hierarchies that get solidified in grade school".  Read A Better Way to Teach Math and Read When Math Makes Sense (To Everyone).

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