June 25, 2009
NEW — 2:31 p.m. June 25, 2009
After community concern and lack of clarity at the state level, Issaquah School District Superintendent Steve Rasmussen told school board members June 24 that he had decided to delay the district’s high school math adoption for one year.
“The teachers on the adoption committee have done thorough, exceptional work and we don’t want to lose that. But it is prudent to wait for the dust to settle,” he said.
Teachers will continue to use the current math program, College Prep Mathematics, when students come back to class in the fall, said Patrick Murphy, executive director of secondary education.
June 16, 2009
Questions and concerns continue to surface as Issaquah School District officials forge ahead in their high school math adoption process. Read more