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Thus, access to rewards is through membership in the group where all members receive a reward or no member does. There had to be visual cues that make solving word problems so much easier. The system that has been developed is called the Mathematics Formative Assessment System (MFAS) and details are available on the MFAS website. In its efforts to restructure schools, the education community has begun to address the challenge of designing a curriculum that young people find significant.

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