CORD set the standard by creating the first truly contextual based Algebra 2 textbook in 2008. Now Common Core Standards are requiring that all mathematics be taught in a manner that is “robust and relevant to the real world, reflecting the knowledge and skills needed for success in college and careers.” CORD has been putting that idea to work for over 30 years. Just in time to meet these new standards, the experts in “performance task” based learning announce the launch of CORD’s Algebra 2: Learning in Context, Second Edition digital textbook – the guideline to strengthening those “real-world” concepts and proving more students can be successful in math!
Contact us today and see for yourself how the nation’s leading experts in contextual teaching have perfected the ideals of Common Core. |