Virginia high school aims to erase math bias:

09/22/2008 | Washington Post, The

As Algebra II becomes a requirement at more U.S. high schools, educators are working to ensure students have a basic foundation of concepts from which to build on and to erase some of the anti-math sentiments some students have. Abstract thinking skills taught in advanced math are the kinds of critical skills students need to succeed in the future, proponents say.

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