Catalyzing Change in Elementary School and Early Childhood Mathematics
The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) seeks your input in identifying key issues influencing your professional work in elementary school and early childhood mathematics.

To frame your thinking as you respond to the survey questions, it may be helpful to read the article published in Teaching Children Mathematics on "Catalyzing Change for Elementary School" (https://www.nctm.org/Publications/Teaching-Children-Mathematics/2019/Vol25/Issue5/Catalyzing-Change-for-Elementary-School/).

What are examples of critical issues influencing mathematics teaching and learning at the elementary school and early childhood levels?
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What are some systemic barriers (e.g., policies and practices in schools and districts) that prevent access and success for children’s mathematics learning at the elementary school and early childhood levels?
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What do you see as key mathematical understandings for children to develop in elementary school or early childhood settings?
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What else would you like to share about needs in elementary and early childhood mathematics?
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