COVID-19 Response

To keep my students and me safe, I am currently seeing students remotely. This will continue at least until I feel it is safe to start seeing students again. At that point, I will have moved to Stow, MA and will not be seeing students at home. I may open a Lexington office if there is enough demand.

My traditional home base is Lexington MA. Lexington Public Schools are in a remote learning phase, at least through the end of the 2019-2020 school year. ( Town of Lexington's COVID-19 page) If you are on my calendar I'm still expecting to see you, but we can all be more flexible during this uncertain time. As always, though, please let me know as soon as possible if you want to cancel or reschedule sessions.

Finally, some math-related content. Here's a really great video on the math of epidemics, particularly COVID-19, from the always fantastic 3blue1brown. I also wrote a blog post showing the math of how we stop the spread of this disease. It's based on my earlier post about herd immunity using measles as an example.

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