Will students who are advanced be hurt by math standards?

12/2/2012 | Washington Post, The

Some parents in Montgomery County, Md., have expressed concern that math standards under Common Core State Standards will not allow students to advance beyond their grade level in math, leaving them bored and disconnected in classes. School officials, however, contend the new standards will deepen advanced students' knowledge of math and correct a problem of pushing some students before they were ready into advanced math classes.

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