Category Archives: misleading graphs

Thought Experiment: I bet you could teach an entire math course with this one graph.

Or at least a huge chunk of an Algebra, Stats, and/or Pre-Cal course.

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Is there anything wrong with this graph? ; Looking for a good economist

I’m trying extremely hard to stay out of the comentariat concerning education. My love is instruction, not politics. Students, not funding. Engagement, not class sizes. So with that in mind, let’s take a look at this graph presented by Bill … Continue reading

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