Math Doesn't Suck: How to Survive Middle School Math Without Losing Your Mind or Breaking a Nail Paperback – Jul 1 2008
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a The Associated Press
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a Dr. Sally Ride, first American woman in space
aMcKellar is probably the only person on prime-time television who moonlights as a cyberspace math tutor.a
a "The New York Times"
?Danica McKellar has a message for girls: Cute and smart is better than cute and dumb.?
? The Associated Press
?[A] fun and accessible resource to help spark undiscovered math abilities in girls.?
? Dr. Sally Ride, first American woman in space
?McKellar is probably the only person on prime-time television who moonlights as a cyberspace math tutor.?
? "The New York Times"
About the Author
Danica McKellar is the bestselling author of Kiss My Math, Hot X: Algebra Exposed, and, most recently, Girls Get Curves. Best known for her roles on The Wonder Years and The West Wing, Danica McKellar is also an internationally recognized mathematician and advocate for math education. A summa cum laude graduate of UCLA with a degree in Mathematics, Danica has been honored in Britain’s esteemed Journal of Physics and The New York Times for her work in mathematics, most notably for her role as co-author of a groundbreaking mathematical physics theorem, which bears her name (The Chayes-McKellar-Winn Theorem.) Her passion for promoting girls’ math education began in 2000, when she was invited to speak before Congress on the importance of women in math and science. Since then, Danica has made it a priority to find time in her busy acting schedule to promote math education, often appearing around the country as a speaker at national mathematics conferences.
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