Improving College Readiness in Arkansas

Teachers have real challenges ahead of them each year when it comes to helping students succeed in school. Earning a diploma and moving on to higher education are increasingly important each year. Without these markers for aptitude, graduates are hard pressed to find gainful employment. Students who graduate ill-prepared for college are unlikely to pursue higher education and later find satisfactory employment. For that reason, the Arkansas Department of Education …


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New Items and Curriculum Resources

The USATestprep content team has been very busy this winter adding resources to better match your state’s tests. Below is a list of some of the things that we have accomplished recently. We’ve added hundreds of each of these: New “Choose All” style Technology-Enhanced Performance Tasks, sometimes called “Multi-Select" New questions authored across our most widely-accessed standards New and newly-improved instructional videos New free response/essay style questions New printable worksheets …


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Complex Numbers: What's the "Real" Story?

The story of each individual’s math education can be represented, in stages, by the sets of numbers which he or she has used as a universe of discourse. A universe of discourse is best thought of, in math terms, as the largest set of numbers being talked about -- i.e., the set of numbers from which all solutions to problems and equations must be drawn. In the beginning, we usually …


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September 11 in the Classroom

Any of us around on that day in 2001 remember the emotion and uncertainty of those first few hours. Our students, though, have no such memories. All they know they will come from their parents, from us, from YouTube, or from elsewhere. So what to do? How to convey not just the heartbreak and bewilderment but - most importantly - the facts and the hindsight that time affords? Well, as …


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GA Science and Social Studies Update

As you know, USATestprep will be removing access to the out-of-date GPS-aligned Georgia science and social studies resources, grades 3-12. Due to current usage of these resources, we are modifying our deprecation schedule. Full access to these resources will remain until we put a few new features in place. First, assignments and benchmarks aligned to the old standards will be conspicuously labeled. Teachers will still be able to view these …


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