N.H. district to focus on math skills of students with disabilities

10/1/2013 | Concord Monitor (N.H.)

Teachers, administrators and school board members in the Concord School District in New Hampshire will be working with consultants on a plan to boost math achievement among students with disabilities. The effort is part of the state's "focused monitoring" program, which seeks to help districts close their largest achievement gaps.

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