More SFUSD students ready for calculus under Common Core curriculum

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Going into the 2018–19 school year, not only are more students ready to take calculus than in previous years, but the students who’ve completed the precalculus requirements are more diverse.

Nearly four years after SFUSD rolled out its new math curriculum and policy, data from the first cohort of students who experienced the thoughtful progression of content from algebra, geometry and statistics in middle grades shows that more students than ever before are actually enrolled in courses that will prepare them to take calculus.

Additionally, overall, more San Francisco public school students are successfully completing more Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) courses.

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