Amid pandemic and 'new math,' kids aren't the only ones anxious about arithmetic

Among the chief concerns of parents and guardians whose children are navigating remote schooling, is keeping up with different methods of learning—especially when it comes to math. In New Hampshire, students and their parents and/or guardians are learning how to best support learning math, specifically when it involves methods unfamiliar to them. Parents and students can access teachers during virtual office hours, rely on support websites like Khan Academy, and attend school-wide meetings where they review the course material ahead of time.

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