"In this profoundly optimistic work, John Mighton shows what can be achieved by combining an understanding of the developing brain’s plasticity with an awareness of the complex needs of young learners. The End of Ignorance has far-reaching implications for what modern societies should do to promote human development."
—Dr. Clyde Hertzman, Director, Human Early Learning Partnership
"In The End of Ignorance, John Mighton has brilliantly told the story of how JUMP affects learning in mathematics in the early years."
—Dr. J. Fraser Mustard, founding president and fellow, the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research