Rolesville Middle School students (L:R) Michaela Brown, Julian Stinnett, Armani Rodriguez, Pedro Hernandez and Kaitlin Seagraves work on an assignment in Mary Nelson's Common Core Math 7 Plus class at the school on Feb. 21, 2014. Wake County has made an effort over the past five years to get more participation in advanced math classes in middle schools.
Rolesville Middle School students (L:R) Michaela Brown, Julian Stinnett, Armani Rodriguez, Pedro Hernandez and Kaitlin Seagraves work on an assignment in Mary Nelson's Common Core Math 7 Plus class at the school on Feb. 21, 2014. Wake County has made an effort over the past five years to get more participation in advanced math classes in middle schools. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Rolesville Middle School students (L:R) Michaela Brown, Julian Stinnett, Armani Rodriguez, Pedro Hernandez and Kaitlin Seagraves work on an assignment in Mary Nelson's Common Core Math 7 Plus class at the school on Feb. 21, 2014. Wake County has made an effort over the past five years to get more participation in advanced math classes in middle schools. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
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