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Our View: Struggling with math

Lauralee Stephens Kohl

The current controversy over practices and changes with the Development Mathematics Program at Weber State University is more of an indictment of the lack of success high schools are having in

Our View

Our View: Struggling with math

The current controversy over practices and changes with the Development Mathematics Program at Weber State University is more of an indictment of the lack of


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Our View: Struggling with math

The current controversy over practices and changes with the Development Mathematics Program at Weber State University is more of an indictment of the lack of...


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