Mich. high school to give math credit for construction class

03/27/2014 | Observer & Eccentric Newspapers (Livonia, Mich.)

Students taking construction classes at a high school in Michigan will earn math credits beginning next year. The school board approved the move after teacher Andy Romes outlined for them how students use advanced math concepts to calculate rafter length, roof structure and other elements when they design and build their projects. "We had algebra, geometry and trigonometry all within one operation," Romes said.

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