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A while ago, I published a newsletter on literacy, with education professor Emily Solari. There were big lessons there, and I’m happy to see (not due to me, obviously) that the importance of phonics has come to the fore in the past couple of years. Many people wrote in to ask whether there were a similar set of lessons for math or, more generally, what we know about math learning. I’m delighted today to talk about these questions with Shalinee Sharma, co-founder of the nonprofit curriculum development company Zearn. Want more on pregnancy and parenting? Subscribe to the ParentData newsletter for free at emilyoster.substack.com. You can also become a paid subscriber for access to the full ParentData archive (searchable by topic) and an extra newsletter every week.