Educators seek to add fun to math equation

04/13/2012 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Efforts are under way to build a Museum of Mathematics in New York City, and several online programs have launched that allow students to solve math problems through puzzles and games that can make math fun. At issue, according to those who are seeking to revolutionize math, is the country's diminished math performance in international rankings.

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