S.D. school's students help each other with math concepts

01/21/2013 | Aberdeen American News (S.D.)

Educators at Roncalli Primary School in Aberdeen, S.D., are taking extra steps to prepare primary-grade students for more rigorous math standards. Each Friday, kindergarten, first-grade and second-grade students break into small groups after a short teacher-led lesson to help each other with math concepts and skills. School officials say it takes a extra preparation and planning among the teachers, but the results have been positive so far.

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