The number of students taking higher-level math courses in the San Francisco public school district has increased by 10% since last year after the district removed algebra from the middle-school curriculum. The policy keeps all students together in math until they are juniors, then advanced students can begin higher-level courses such as calculus.
Delaying algebra pays off in San Francisco schools
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