Math will get physical in some Tenn. schools

06/13/2013 | Times News (Lehighton, Pa.)

Students at two elementary schools in Tennessee will learn math through movement next year. The district will use a grant to purchase the Math & Movement program, which teaches basic math skills through exercise. "School systems in Chattanooga have used this for the past two years and have tracked those students and they saw a great increase in math scores," said Misty Keller, coordinator of school health for Kingsport City Schools.

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