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Summer and school year programs give the very lowest math achievers answers, and hope

Ed Source – Carolyn Jones

“Cesar’s struggles with simple math are not unique. Twenty-eight percent of California’s fourth graders scored “below basic” on the National Assessment of Educational Progress 2015 math test, meaning they were unable to perform simple computations with whole numbers and had little understanding of fractions or decimals. For eighth graders, the results were even worse. Thirty-six percent scored below basic, which means they couldn’t perform fundamental algebra or use graphs or charts to solve math problems. And as math curriculum progresses, students find themselves increasingly lost.”(more)

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