Slimming Math Is there any such thing as too much math? New educational guidelines advocate slimming down math classes so students can really master a concept before moving on to the next one.
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Is there any such thing as too much math? New educational guidelines advocate slimming down math classes so students can really master a concept before moving on to the next one.

Guest:

Sean Cavanaugh, Reporter with Education Week, focusing on math and science

Francis "Skip" Fennell, President of National Council of Teachers of Mathematics

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