Ill. school district considers common core math materials

03/6/2014 | Beacon News (Aurora, Ill.), The

An Illinois school district may spend $1.5 million on new math materials over the next five years to align the curriculum with the Common Core State Standards. The money would help with the purchase of 70 iPads as well as print and digital resources. The books are on display for public review, and the school board is expected to make a decision by mid-April.

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