ABOUT

Wendy Lichtman has written personal essays for the Washington Post, New York Times, San Francisco Chronicle, National Geographic and Good Housekeeping, among other national publications.  She holds a degree in mathematics from the University of Michigan and is the Math Intervention Specialist at MetWest High School in Oakland, California.

 

When she decided to write about a teen who comes to understand that some questions have more than one right answer, Wendy felt that algebra, with its unknowns and variables, was the perfect metaphor. 

HOME      BOOKS      ESSAYS      TEACHER'S GUIDES     ABOUT      CONTACT   

© 2019 BY WENDY LICHTMAN