Typically, over one-third of 9th grade Algebra 1 students and over two-thirds of 10th grade Algebra 1 students perform at the below basic or basic level on the End of Course assessments. Many of these students are the same students who struggle to meet on-time graduation requirements. There is a need for more support and intervention for these students and the teachers of these students. The Math-in-CTE model provides a fully contextualized curriculum integration that has proven results for student achievement. Students improve their mathematical skills without losing the technical skills that are needed for both college and career readiness. This is not a curriculum but a process, which allows the naturally occurring mathematics in a CTE classroom to be enhanced. CTE teachers do not replace what they are currently teaching. Participating teachers will be introduced to this model and how to effectively implement it as well as be given support throughout the school year in order to develop sustainability.
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