The school district's new math curriculum is experiencing some "growing pains," assistant superintendent Kurt Clay says, but he believes the long-term results will help the district meet its goals for student achievement.
The new curriculum more closely matches state standards, which are aligned with Common Core standards, and will hopefully address gaps in student learning that have shown up on state assessments, particularly for Delta County's middle school students.
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