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Understanding the debate behind California's new math framework

Original post made on Nov 20, 2021

In the push to help more students thrive in science, tech, engineering and math, California is working to change the way its schools teach math. But the suggested new framework has sparked widespread criticism.

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Posted by Pleasanton Parent
a resident of Pleasanton Meadows
on Nov 20, 2021 at 8:30 pm

Pleasanton Parent is a registered user.

Best thing about math was that it has no bias, it’s a universal language that cannot discriminate. It’s absolute.

Well done Ca - way to screw this one up. Private school enrollment and private class enrollment is going to sky rocket. And those kids that can get access to those will outpace those that can’t, and because you took away that path from the public schools you just shot those students in the foot


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