Common core could subtract integrated math from Ga. schools

10/30/2011 | Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The

Georgia is preparing to adhere to the Common Core State Standards next school year, when, officials say, high schools could stop teaching integrated math, which blends algebra, geometry and statistics in a single course. Schools were given the option this year to revert to more traditional lessons. Officials say other states signed on to the common core more likely are to teach discrete math, which focuses on one math subject at a time.

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