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Maria Marolda has been the Senior Mathematics Specialist in the Learning Disabilities Program of Boston Children’s Hospital for over thirty years. The Learning Disabilities Program is part of the neurology department. This affiliation has provided her the framework with which to interpret mathematical performance within the context of broader neuro-cognitive features. Ms. Marolda has served as a consultant to public and independent schools across the country on issues related to mathematics education, including assessments/diagnostics, curriculum and instructional practice. She is the author of several books, journal articles and other publications in mathematics for students and teachers.

Patricia Davidson is a highly respected and nationally known mathematics educator and author. She has worked in elementary, secondary and university settings, teaching mathematics to students of all ages. She is Professor of Mathematics (Emeritus) at University of Massachusetts, Boston, where she also served as Dean of Undergraduate Education and Vice Provost for Academic Services. Dr. Davidson has trained teachers and advised national initiatives in mathematics education, and served as a Chief Examiner in Mathematics for the International Baccalaureate Program.

Ellen Boiselle is a specialist in Child Development, with a particular emphasis on the development of mathematical skills in children. She is Associate Director of the Learning Disabilities Program and a Mathematics Specialist in the Learning Disabilities Program at Boston Children’s Hospital. Dr. Boiselle has conducted research on qualitative features of mathematics performance as well as the efficacy of various assessment measures in predicting mathematical success. She serves as consultant to many independent and private schools and has published papers on learning disabilities in mathematics.