We are pleased to announce that the Maricopa County Education Service Agency (MCESA) is now leading the Math 2020 Program and the Rodel Exemplary Principal initiative.
The program will keep the Rodel name and content, only the training provider will change. Follow the link below for more information about MCESA, seminars and the continuation of the Rodel Exemplary Principal initiative.
MCESA has been our trusted delivery partner for Math 20/20 since its inception. They share our belief in the value and impact of high-quality professional mathematics instruction for students, teachers and school leaders alike.
Math 20/20 will retain the Rodel name and content with MCESA supporting and augmenting the delivery of the program.
Follow the link below for more information about MCESA and the Rodel Math 20/20 initiative.
Our transition brings with it the completion of the Rodel Exemplary Teacher initiative. The best practices developed will live on and evolve to achieve maximum impact.
Math Power Book
Orders for digital (PDF) versions of the book are available at both the iTunes bookstore and on Amazon. Follow the links below to purchase digital versions of the Math Power Book for your tablet or phone. Hard copies are not available at this time.
We are excited to announce Rodel Foundation of Arizona’s partnership with Carnegie Learning, Inc. as the distributor of Math Power: Simple Solutions of Mastering Math.
When you are ready to purchase your Math Power book please contact Carnegie Learning Sales Support at 1-844-254-2382 or email@example.com. Their representatives are ready to process your school’s order.
Carnegie Learning is a transformational math education company dedicated to putting better math learning within reach for both students and teachers. To support both group and individual learning, Carnegie Learning provides consumable textbooks and intelligent software, as well as professional learning and data analytics services. Carnegie Learning’s instructional approach is aligned with the most current math education standards, based on a specific understanding of how people learn, and balanced with a real-world understanding of how to apply that science to conceptual math understanding. At the same time, their approach also helps to develop critical 21st century learning skills such as communication, collaboration, creativity, and critical thinking.