Remedial math class gains support to count toward ...
by Richard Milby
10:31 PM, Tuesday, February 09
MARIETTA — Students who struggle with math at Marietta City Schools may receive some much needed relief after Marietta’s Board of Education unanimously recommended approval of amendments to the district’s graduation requirements on Tuesday night. ...

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