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Gregory Larnell, PhD, assistant professor of curriculum and instruction, discusses why remedial algebra courses can inhibit the growth of positive math identities for African American students.
The College of Education's Bill Teale says screen time on mobile devices should be limited to children ages two and younger but suggests for all other ages groups, devices such as the iPad can be a key tool in developing early childhood literacy.