Neb. district uses grants to support better math instruction

07/16/2013 | Omaha World-Herald (Neb.)

Omaha Public Schools in Nebraska will use $5.5 million in grant funding to help ensure educators feel confident teaching math. Superintendent Mark Evans said he has often heard educators say they feel uncomfortable teaching the subject. Funds will be used to offer free advanced courses to educators, hire math coaches and research the effectiveness of the new programs.

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