Algebra classes for eighth-graders take wing

Experts say the trend toward early algebra is driven by a desire to open the door for higher learning in math and science. Nationally, more than 42% of eighth-graders now take algebra or more advanced math, up from 27% in 2000, according to the National Assessment of Educational Progress.

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