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Eighth-graders will have to be proficient in algebra

 

Last updated 8/21/2008 at Noon



The California State Board of Education has announced that in three years’ time, all eighth grade students in California will be required to take an algebra standards test, requiring students to have a full knowledge and firm grasp on algebraic thinking before entering high school.

In order to enable most of their students to meet the standards, successfully understand and comprehend the concept of algebra and bridge any potential gaps in learning, the Fallbrook Union Elementary School District is taking steps to ensure students understand the math concepts being taught at their current...



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