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Springboard Mathematics with Meaning Algebra 1 (Mathematics with Meaning) Paperback – 2010
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Supports high expectations for ALL students -Bridges the gap between middle school, high school, and college expectations -Prepares ALL students for success in Advanced Placement (AP) courses in high school and for college. The College Board's official Pre-AP program is SpringBoard, which consists of a full curriculum in mathematics for all middle and high school students, integrated with professional development and formative assessments.Six interactive student-centered units cover Algebra I topics including the real number system; writing and solving simple equations; solving inequalities; solving systems of equations; solving quadratic equations and inequalities; linear, quadratic, and absolute-value functions; slope as a rate of change; and sampling and surveys.
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math literate and even teachers of that Alg. 1 class. Its a consumable booklet that has no planned curriculum and there are no answers in the
back for "odd" numbered problems to assist the students in the learning process. The school board officials who chose this Mess for
an Alg. 1 text in Irvine California should be fired OR atleast reprimanded severely in writing on on their records.
I'm a professional tutor in several math levels, and have never seen any math text so obscure and ridiculous as 'Springboard' workbooks.
It should only be used as an occasional supplemental by highly savy math teachers who know which sections are worthwhile.
Maurice Degener - Dec. 2014