Prepare better for mathematics

With the start of the new school year, American educators continue to face a continuous struggle for students to be successful in mathematics. According to the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), only 23 percent of seniors in high school degree are considered proficient in math. However, many educators, despite the need for additional resources for the subject of mathematics, will be forced to do more with less due to budget challenges. The SchoolMathPrep.com, a new free tool for teaching and learning mathematics online for schools, teachers and students in grades 7-12, responds to this need.
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Created by educators, it offers more than 2,000 videos of classroom lessons covering 750 Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry and test preparation for college admission / SAT and ACT programs. Each lesson includes sample problems, notes, a short test / quiz, a worksheet and analysis questions. More than 1,000 schools in 36 states and provinces are already taking advantage of this program.

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Research shows that greater participation in higher level mathematics positively affect the completion of university studies and future income levels. Successfully completing a high school math course beyond Algebra II level (Trigonometry or Pre-calculus) doubles the odds that a student who enters postsecondary education completes a degree. For more information, visit www.SchoolMathPrep.com and / or communicate via email to Info@SylvanWeston.com 

Sourse:  Edition 14 Aldea Magazine

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