Calling a Truce 

Spokane’s new superintendent calls for an end to the ‘math wars.’ But can she keep the peace?

For people attending a community forum at Shadle Park Library in February of last year, math wasn’t boring. In fact, for some, it was downright infuriating. Called by activists upset over the way Spokane was teaching math, the meeting devolved into…

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