Conn. district seeks board, community buy-in for curriculum changes

03/20/2013 | Ridgefield Press (Conn.), The

School officials in one Connecticut district are seeking to adopt a new math curriculum that aligns with Common Core State Standards and would delay breaking students down by skill and shift away from a "spiraling" model, in which concepts are revisited over the years. To address concerns, school officials have said they will make the shift slowly and develop a transition plan.

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