PATTONVILLE SCHOOLS • A two-year process to select a new math program for Pattonville middle school students was completed Tuesday night as the School Board approved $114,000 for texts and instructional materials.
“Big Ideas Math” will help the district “stay true on standardized tests,” said Tim Pecoraro, an assistant superintendent. “It is philosophically aligned with the elementary program.”
The program’s curriculum aligns with the Common Core State Standards.
Pattonville began using “Everyday Math” in its elementary schools last year and will now start the process of selecting a math program for its high school.
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