By Marisa Breese, News Associate Producer, Click2Houston, originally published 9/24/15
Many parents would like to help their children with math homework, but sometimes the material is difficult, even for some adults. A school district in Wisconsin is hoping to teach parents how to help their kids tackle those challenging problems.
The Antigo School District is offering a new program called MAPPS, which stands for Math and Parent Partners. MAPPS is meant to help parents understand what their children are learning in the classroom. School officials hope that the program will increase parents’ confidence when it comes to discussing mathematics.
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