After obtaining his associate's degree, Dr. Norman Fletcher earned a bachelor's and master's degree in mathematics from Texas A&M at Commerce. He then completed his Ed.D at Texas A&M at Commerce, with an emphasis in curriculum development, supervision, and instructional strategy development.
Dr. Fletcher is a published author of instructional mathematics software and is also a former National Science Foundation fellow, a NISOD fellow, and a Minnie Stephens Piper Professor. He is the owner-operator of the 5F5 Ranch, where he raises Mediterranean Minature donkeys and horses.
Originally from Sulphur, Louisiana, Candice Thomas graduated in 2010 with a bachelor’s degree in mathematics and computer science from McNeese State University, and later a master’s degree in mathematical sciences in 2013. She teaches algebra and develpmental mathematics.
Professor Thomas was a collegiate softball catcher at junior colleges in Florida and later at McNeese State.