New Jersey launches review of math curriculum

10/8/2004 | Star-Ledger (Newark, N.J.), The

To reduce the number of students who annually fail the High School Proficiency Assessment exam, New Jersey Commissioner of Education William Librera wants a task force to review math curriculum and instruction in the state. Librera said the disappointing success of this past summer's pilot remedial program, where 36% of the tutored students who took a math retest still could not pass, indicates that students have deep-rooted math problems.

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