Storytelling brings creativity to math classes in N.M. district

Students at Santa Fe Public Schools in New Mexico are learning about math through a story-driven curriculum. The program invites students to become characters in stories and use critical-thinking skills to solve problems. It adds creativity and fun to math, said Zanet Ramos-Benavidez, an eighth-grade math teacher at Santa Fe's De Vargas Middle School.

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