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Algebra program targets common misconceptions

PCI Education, provider of resources for students with specialized instructional needs, introduces Algebra City™, a blended intervention program focusing on the 28 most common algebraic misconceptions.
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PCI Education, provider of resources for students with specialized instructional needs, introduces Algebra City™, a blended intervention program focusing on the 28 most common algebraic misconceptions.

Algebra City aims to keep students on track by using pinpoint assessment to identify where a student is struggling conceptually, and providing thorough and multiple approaches to correcting the misconception. Algebra City may be used for intervention with any core Algebra I curriculum.

Aligned to the Common Core State Standards, Algebra City is a four-part series, with each book covering seven misconceptions. The series is divided into Algebra Essentials, Equations & Inequalities, Graphing, and Polynomials & Factoring. The ExamView Assessment Suite for Algebra City includes readymade pre- and post-tests at the program, book and unit levels, an item bank and test generator, and robust reporting.

Visit www.pcieducation.com/algebracity for a free lesson sample

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