The government is calculating future improvements in math.
It comes after Saskatchewan teens ranked below average in math and tenth in Canada.
The survey was given by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) to 15-year-olds in 72 different countries to test their reading, math and science comprehension.
The government defends the math being taught in Saskatchewan, but not all parents agree.
“They do things like front end rounding so 325 becomes 400, instead of 300, that makes no sense,” said one caller to our newsroom.
Another parent is also unhappy with the approach in the classroom.
“It is so watered down, every one gets a gold star, no one has any drive to succeed.”
The government confirms it will look at how math is being taught in other provinces in order to make improvements.