College enrollments in remedial courses continue to rise, costing students and colleges money and time for classes that do not earn college credit. At the same time, many industry leaders find that skills such as critical thinking and problem solving are lacking in new graduates. What can we do to better prepare students for what life brings them after graduation?
Pearson’s line of College and Career Readiness Math courses helps fill critical skills gaps. No matter your teaching style or classroom environment, we have a program to support you and your students.
Elayn Martin-Gay ©2017 (6th Edition)
Build on your students’ foundation of Algebra 1 and 2 with this second chance to master the concepts and be ready for college. With ample exercises and examples, the course includes a massive video library to help students be successful.
The Consortium for Foundation Mathematics ©2016 (1st Edition)
Solidify the concepts learned in Algebra 1 and 2 by putting students in real-world scenarios. This course has your students work through group projects as a second-look approach to math concepts needed to be successful in College and Career.
Blitzer ©2019 (7th Edition)
Show students that their world is profoundly mathematical. Take students through a wide range of topics including number theory, personal finance, voting, and stats. Ideal for non-math majors who are college-bound or preparing for a career path.
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