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Rowe's students get creative with algebra


Ian Minielly/Daily Globe

STUDENT-PRODUCED art is on display outside the library of A.D. Johnston High School in Bessemer.


BESSEMER - For the past 12 years, Tracy Rowe's Algebra II class has begun each school year with a homework project to capture the "state of algebra." This project takes the kids about three hours of their own time and brightens the hallway outside of Rowe's class and near the library for the rest of the school year.

The students are expected to come up with a slogan to build their project around. They used to do this on their own, but with the internet, the majority of kids are now finding their slogans and ideas online. After slogan development,...

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