Is finding the answer only one part of solving a math problem?

01/31/2013 | KSL-TV (Salt Lake City)

New learning standards adopted in Utah are changing the way students learn math and how parents help their children with homework. School officials say there has been a shift from memorization to reasoning in math education and teachers are seeking deeper understanding of math concepts. Officials encourage educators to talk to parents about these changes and recommend parents also ask teachers about the strategies and terminology they are using in their math lessons.

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