Utah uses statewide pilots to help choose new math software

01/30/2014 | Salt Lake Tribune (Utah), The

Forty schools across Utah have been piloting a variety of math software programs and reporting their results to state officials in the new STEM Action Center, a part of the Governor's Office of Economic Development. Data collected from the pilots will be used to help the state determine how it will spend $8.5 million to improve middle- and high-school math scores. Once the software is chosen, officials will highlight the programs at schools around the state.

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