...the key to the future is the ability to see mathematical or other patterns in data and in our world. This type of thinking is typically found in statistics, mathematics, and more broadly STEM education, where students learn how to creatively solve mathematical and scientific puzzles.
we need in the classroom are people who have a joy in mathematical creativity and discovery who also want to teach, not the other way around.
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