Ga. districts can choose between integrated, traditional math

03/14/2011 | Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The

Georgia's state school board will allow local districts to decide whether to keep an integrated math curriculum that some educators say has caused more students to fail state exams. Districts now will be able to choose between integrated math, traditional math or both course offerings.

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