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    Lab Middle School controversy

    A top Manhattan middle school sent parents into a rage when it announced that it was junking accelerated math classes — and agreed to hold meetings first amid the backlash.

    In what some families ripped as the Department of Education’s latest smothering of advanced academics, Lab Middle School for Collaborative Studies principal Megan Adams emailed parents that “we will no longer have leveled math courses at Lab Middle School.”

    “I know this is a change,” she wrote, without offering any rationale for the move. “I assure you that this decision was not made lightly.”

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    Apr 2020
    District 4
    Oh well, it looks like all the private schools and private tutoring places will see a big boost in business. I know we are not going to rely on the public school system to teach math! As always, those families with means to pay for tutoring will not be so affected as those families who rely on the public schools to give their kids education appropriate to their interests.

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