NEWARK, Del. — The Produce Marketing Association is sponsoring a specially designed math curriculum that, in part, is intended to get third and fourth graders to think about fruits and vegetables as an important part of their diet. Designed by Scholastic, the “Crunch the Numbers” program, which meets national standards for third- and fourth-grade math curriculums, is being distributed to teachers across the United States. Lesson plans include scenarios that use fruits and vegetables in a ...

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