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Mentoring Minds Product Manager Ladona Cook describes the impact teaching critical thinking can have on disadvantaged children.
As female scientists ourselves, we take special care to appeal to young girls in our science curriculum.
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Hear from Those Who Matter Most: Educators on the Frontlines of Our Future
“It’s not just about testing, it’s about building their character and building who they are in order to prepare them for their future jobs.”
5th Grade Math Teacher, Brown Elementary
“Our average success, or passing rate, went up eighteen percentage points per test, and there’s eight tests.”
Derrick Conley, Principal, Birch Elementary
“If you’re a critical thinker, it goes across all areas of your life. It’s not something that you turn on and turn off, it’s always going to be there.”
Michele Walker, Administrator, Coordinator of Special Programs, Pinetree ISD
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