All posts by Karen Coe

I went straight from college into educational publishing. I started in Sales and Marketing and I loved the work and the industry from the start. After seven years in Athens, Greece I moved to the US and started working for Key Curriculum Press. I just celebrated 15 years with the company. Key has a unique culture that is deeply committed to making mathematics interesting, fun, and relevant to today's learners and their teachers -- it's that deep commitment, and the great people I work with, that keeps me engaged in the work we do.

The Standards Are Not The Curriculum

We were so impressed by Jamila Riser's talk at NCSM a couple of years ago that we asked her to present an Ignite! for us this year. Now, we've asked her to guest blog so we can share even more about the amazing work she's doing in Delaware. Jamila is the Director of the Delaware … Continue Reading ››

Branding isn’t about math. Are you sure about that?

At around Pi-hour on Friday afternoon we successfully launched our new website. The night before (the night of the big storm for Bay Area folks), Andres and I were out with a dear former colleague and I mentioned I was going to blog about our new branding, new website, and new name. She said, “You … Continue Reading ››

“Because it’s difficult to ask a video questions”

It’s the day after the Learning Without Frontiers annual conference and I’m sitting at my sister’s desk in north London reflecting on an amazing couple of days. There’s a lot to unpack from two solid days of listening to 20-minute talks by people who have dedicated their lives to the important topics in education. Interestingly, though, … Continue Reading ››

New Year’s Resolution—more PD!

Last year my colleagues and I traveled around the country attending conferences and workshops for mathematics educators. We also “met” thousands of teachers online when they participated in our online courses and webinars. We gave talks, hosted Ignite! events, delivered workshops, chatted to teachers who visited our booth, gave demos, encouraged people to try our … Continue Reading ››