- Michigan math champ charts her path to career gold Updated: Jul-27-15 11:26 am
DETROIT - Jackie Bredenberg knows her way around an isosceles triangle, a parallelogram and anything else in the mathematics stratosphere.
- Nebraska Ed Department seeks public input on math standards Updated: Jul-25-15 5:08 am
LINCOLN, Nebraska - The public is being invited to add its two cents on the state's new school mathematics standards.
- Center looks to improve Idaho's science, math efforts Updated: Jul-22-15 4:35 pm
BOISE, Idaho - Business and governmental officials say Idaho must unify statewide efforts in order to fatten the pipeline of students choosing science, technology, engineering and math careers.
- Pence recognizes students who excel at math and science Updated: Jul-22-15 3:53 am
INDIANAPOLIS - Gov. Mike Pence is recognizing four recent Indiana high school graduates for their accomplishments in math and science.
- Mathematician says Kansas voting machines need to be audited Updated: Jul-20-15 3:34 pm
WICHITA, Kansas - A mathematician at Wichita State University who wanted to check the accuracy of some Kansas voting machines after finding odd patterns in election returns is finding out how difficult it can be to get government officials to turn over public documents.
- Math error blamed in Wash. pot store's sale of weed to minor Updated: Jul-17-15 6:34 am
BLAINE, Washington - This is why math is important.
- Program meant to boost quality of education in math, science Updated: Jul-15-15 6:25 pm
FARGO, North Dakota - North Dakota's million-dollar investment in a national education initiative will help the state move up the ladder in the number of U.S. students who take advanced placement classes, the state's superintendent of public instruction said Wednesday.
- Study: Oregon school-test standards average to below-average Updated: Jul-09-15 10:14 am
PORTLAND, Oregon - Oregon set average to below-average standards for how well its elementary and middle school students should read and do math, a new study says.
- Error in golden ratio at exhibit? Museum now says it's right Updated: Jul-08-15 12:35 pm
BOSTON - A Boston science museum that praised a teenager for catching a mistake in the golden ratio at a decades-old exhibit now says it wasn't an error after all.