Educator shares 9 tips for improving math instruction

Math instruction can be more effective with a few common-sense changes, high-school math teacher George K. Brown writes in this commentary. He advocates for giving students more options such as offering two tracks -- applied math or college prep. Brown also suggests strict attendance policies and higher math standards for students before they enroll in high school.

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