Opinion: Don't let math failures doom students

Texas is in trouble when it comes to math, but there are things that parents and teachers can do to help, writes substitute teacher and math tutor John Keohane. The Austin resident has encountered students who can't perform basic arithmetic without calculators, and plenty of college students require remedial math instruction, even if the coursework is referred to in more euphemistic terms, Keohane says.

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