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A website that collects math stories that happened to different people in different places

It can be a decent reading teaching tool for students to explore their views on math. These articles require some reading ability and vocabulary so it's best for grade 7 to grade 12.
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Concise, engaging articles accompanied by questions- A simple and effective learning tool.

The articles are concise yet still in depth, but that being said, there's a bit too much supplementary information for simple math questions. It would make more sense in the context of social justice, though. While the sample problems for math resources are good, you don't necessarily need to read the article in order to answer them, which leads me to believe students might skip/skim through and only look for bits of information (i.e. the number of residences to answer question 2 for "The World's Tallest Building").
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