Ill. district puts extra supports in place for common core math

11/5/2013 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

A school district in Illinois is making changes to its math curriculum to align learning with the Common Core State Standards. Changes include adoption of an integrated approach to teaching math. The district also has launched new courses and additional tutoring to provide extra support to students who may not be ready for more rigorous math classes.

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