North Carolina schools adopting hands-on math program

11/24/2003 | Charlotte Observer (N.C.), The

Hoping to help thousands of students boost their math test scores, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg district is spending nearly $400,000 to bring a program called Algebraic Thinking to 20 secondary schools this year. The program uses "fraction kits" with colored strips of paper to help students visualize and master complex mathematical concepts.

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