N.C. district enrolls more middle-school students in algebra

In Wake County, N.C., officials say their goal is to have all middle-school students, who are academically ready, enrolled in advanced math. In the fall, about 89.7% of students who are ready are expected to be enrolled in pre-algebra or algebra -- up from 71.7% last year. Officials say advanced math courses will help prepare students for high school and college.

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