I'm curious about the math used in the review queues. If you review the limit of 20 posts per day in any queue, the week total shows as 160 (which implies 8 days in a week). Does somebody need to "anchor the 1" or something? (For readers unfamiliar with Common Core math, an explanation of this term).

One place you can see this is on the review queues page. If you hover on a reviewer avatar, it shows the count of their reviews for the day, week, month, and total. The Close Votes queue tends to stay pretty large, so it isn't unusual for some reviewers to max out 20 each day. A snapshot from my own summary:

`common core`

. Some background:I have multiple degrees( 2 B.S. and 1 M.S. ) that require a great deal of math, I was even only 6 credits away from a math minor, and`common core`

confuses even me.new math.orthe standards trying to teach both. And a massive industry sprung up foisting "curriculum" that's about as useful as most CS "certifications".withthe 6 extra credits. @Ramhounddifferentset ofequally-effectiveshortcuts which they may now get punished for or barred from using. I don't think most instructorswantto teach it like a religion, but I believe a fair number are pressured to do so from the top.actuallymeans? All the insanity you see is usually someone trying to make a buck by making things extra complicated, and it pisses me off.