Completion of algebra II typically has been used as an indicator that a student is ready for more advanced math courses, but a recent report by the Brookings Institution questions the validity of this measure. Data from the National Assessment of Educational Progress show more students are taking algebra II, but math scores on the test have declined. This blog post explores the implications of these findings.
Report raises questions about rigor of algebra courses
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