W.Va. schools begin shift to integrated math curriculum

01/25/2013 | Inter-Mountain (Elkins, W.Va.), The

Schools in West Virginia are taking steps to implement new math standards that launch next school year. While some schools tried out new programs this year, school officials in Upshur County decided to roll out a new math curriculum with next year's eighth-graders. Those students no longer will take separate classes for algebra, geometry, trigonometry and calculus but will enroll in Math I, II, III, and IV, which combine all math forms into each class.

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