The Sentinel is carrying my op-ed in Wednesday’s paper.
Despite or because? Has physics education research controlled for this variable? What practices would eliminate this achievement gap in your classes? It’s not like good HS physics classes are going to magically appear everywhere in the next few years. We need to deal with it, not lament it.
I need to go look at my records and see if I have any statistically significant results for HS physics given the significant effect of fluency in algebra in my sample of students.
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