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About the Blog

Welcome to the NNN blog!

The NNN blog offers a venue for NNN members and others who care about quantitative literacy and reasoning to share ideas, questions, and insights. This casual venue for discussion complements our on-line, open-access, peer-reviewed journal, Numeracy. This public, archived blog offers a more casual forum for discourse about ideas, both large and small, offered in shorter postings.

Meet the editors of this blog

Margot Black is the director of the Math Skills Center at Lewis & Clark College.

Eric Gaze is the director of the Quantitative Reasoning Program at Bowdoin College and is the current Vice President of the NNN. His column Ratiocination examines ratios in all guises.

Nathan Grawe is the former director of Carleton's Quantitative Inquiry, Reasoning, and Knowledge (QuIRK) initiative.

Corri Taylor directs the Quantitative Reasoning Program at Wellesley College and is Past-President of the NNN.


We hope that you will enjoy your visits to the blog, return frequently, comment insightfully, and use ideas you find here in your teaching and research.