The three mandated high school mathematics courses (**Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2**) are built around five process strands: Problem Solving, Reasoning and Proof, Communication, Connections, and Representation as well as five content strands: Number Sense and Operations, Algebra, Geometry, Measurement, and Statistics and Probability.

Within these courses, students will be expected to make connections between the verbal, numerical, algebraic, and geometric representations of problem situations. These courses will require students to apply and adapt a selection of strategies and algorithms to solve a variety of problems. It is expected that these strategies and algorithms will be implemented using both traditional and technological tools.

All Courses terminate with a**NYS Regents examination**.

Within these courses, students will be expected to make connections between the verbal, numerical, algebraic, and geometric representations of problem situations. These courses will require students to apply and adapt a selection of strategies and algorithms to solve a variety of problems. It is expected that these strategies and algorithms will be implemented using both traditional and technological tools.

All Courses terminate with a

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