Some fear rushed math curriculum may not provide solid foundation

06/3/2008 | Washington Post, The

As more schools across the U.S. introduce algebra to eighth-graders, others are pushing younger students even faster in mathematics. The trend worries some parents and educators, who say some students are being placed in classes for which they're not yet prepared.

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