The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics has called for an end to the “insidious” practice of tracking students into “qualitatively different or dead-end course pathways.” But educational systems are still solving the challenge of how to do so. Education leaders and equity advocates discuss various district-level and state policy strategies that seek to ensure equal access to advanced high school math.
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