Calif. summer program aims to strengthen students' algebra skills

08/1/2013 | Santa Cruz Sentinel (Calif.)

Santa Cruz City Schools in California is hosting the Algebra Bridge Summer Program for a second year. Students attend the program for many reasons, such as creating a path to more advanced math subjects or securing help with a challenging subject. The program aims to give students the skills they need to be ready for college and career. "Algebra is the gatekeeper for college and advanced careers," said Keith Hodges, assistant principal at Harbor High School. "It is the marquee course that signifies the college or career path of a student," he added.

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