Thursday, October 27, 2005

The Herald Standard - News - 10/27/2005 - University to provide assistance for math

The Herald Standard - News - 10/27/2005 - University to provide assistance for math: "
CONNELLSVILLE - Connellsville Area School Board members are hoping a $5,500 agreement between the school district and a Pittsburgh university to provide assistance and development for its secondary mathematics program will improve test scores.


The board on Thursday agreed to hire the University of Pittsburgh Tri-State Area School Study Council after 11th-grade students failed to meet the math proficiency levels outlined in the benchmarks of the federal No Child Left Behind Act."

It is good to see that they're working together but will it solve the problem of about half of college students needing to take remedial math?

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