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Russian School Of Mathematics average salary is $52,244, median salary is $51,230 with a salary range from $50,000 to $60,000.
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  • Russian School of Mathematics
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Newton, MA
  • RSM makes an emphasis on early development of logic and problem solving skills. Our teaching philosophy and curriculum are based on proven and famous Russian methodology of math education, which emphasize understanding vs. memorization. We successfully practice an Early Introduction of Algebra and Geometry. This concept, first introduced by the Russian researcher Vygotsky, is just beginning to gain recognition in US. The goal of RSM is to build deep understanding of math, rather than providing a quick fix for problems and gaps left by the'New Math' . Our program continues Classic traditions of logical and sequential whole