All students will be required to take Algebra I, Geometry, and one other mathematics course beyond Geometry.
A student must pass both semesters of Algebra I before enrolling in Geometry or any other mathematics course
beyond Algebra I. Students are required to take Algebra I and Geometry prior to enrollment in the next level of
mathematics. In each sequence specified career tech courses may be used to count as a student’s third math credit if
the course is taught by a highly qualified mathematics teacher.
Mathematics courses should integrate the processes of problem solving, communication, reasoning,
connections, and representation. The increasing role of technology in instruction will alter the teaching and learning
of mathematics. Calculators and computers should integrate throughout the curriculum so that the students can
concentrate on the problem-solving process as well as the calculations associated with problems.