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Equity. Access. Excellence.

Lara Zuehlke

As a child living on a pig farm in Clifton, Texas, I was certainly no stranger to the idea of working hard. With such a small school district, I had my mother twice as teacher. She had a poster in her classroom (and used to tell students often), “Your I CAN is more important than your IQ.” I’ve learned firsthand over the years that hard work alone can be fruitless if you don’t also believe you can succeed. It’s why I’m passionate about the work we do at the Dana Center to help students—and educators—believe and become more.

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Envisioning a New Future of Mathematics Education

October 25, 2019| Blog, Launch Years
Preparing students for success in school and career.

Living Our Stories: Education Enables New Possibilities

September 12, 2018| Blog, Student Success
How can we use stories to show possibilities in math and science education?