Opinion: Don't tinker with Washington state's math standards

12/13/2006 | Seattle Times, The

The problem with mathematics in Washington state lies not with its standards, but with instruction that fails to link concepts to the real world, argues University of Washington education professor Catherine S. Taylor. Easing standards would ultimately bar students from high-paying jobs, she maintains, while improving instruction would groom students for school and work success.

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