Middle school math

Catherine Johnson, the mainstay of the education blog kitchen table math, has a
post about the dismal results of the school district she lives in — Irvington, in New York — which spends $21,000 a year and has only 25 percent of its eighth graders taking algebra, compared with a KIPP school that spends less than $10,000 (on a much less advantaged student population) and has had 80 percent of its students pass the Regents algebra exam.

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Linda Seebach retired in 2007 from the Rocky Mountain News in Denver, where she was an editorial writer and columnist.
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