The Palm Beach County School District is spending $1.5 million to add summer remediation classes for students who have failed the Algebra 1 end-of-course exam.
The classes — and the expense — are needed, district officials say, in part to keep large numbers of students from falling further behind on math coursework by having to retake Algebra 1 next school year.
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