Schools push for more math understanding

11/10/2008 | Washington Post, The

As students struggle to grasp even basic math skills in elementary school, many schools are beefing up their curriculum with the help of math specialists, who are typically less common than reading specialists. Despite the cost of additional personnel, some school districts are spending money on math experts and math training programs for teachers.

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