State Schools Superintendent Steve Paine supports a one-time pay incentive for educators who aren’t certified to teach math, but are teaching it anyway, to increase their math education skills, and for elementary school teachers to also improve their math pedagogy. Last school year, only about 37 percent of tested public school students scored as at least “proficient” in math, and the proficiency percentage for high school juniors was only 29 percent.
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