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We embody the research. Let's make math meaningful.

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1 Education with Destination

We create education with destination by connecting students directly to their interests and relevant career paths.

2 We give the students purpose

When students experience purpose, they increase their motivation to learn, interest and engagement, effort and persistence, task/course completion, retention of new information, and performance. See our sources.

3 We give the students choice

When students experience choice, they increase their motivation to learn, interest and engagement, effort and persistence, independence and autonomy, confidence in learning, and personal value in learning. See our sources.

04 View the Implementation Guide

Learn how to implement the Pathway2Careers career-focused curriculum. We'll show you how to select and use our supplemental P2C Math lessons. Click here.

OUR EXPERTISE

We can take your business to the next level

Did you know?

Animal Scientists need to understand exponential growth.

They earn a median salary of $77,110

1 Education with Destination

We create education with destination by connecting students directly to their interests and relevant career paths.

2 We give the students purpose

When students experience purpose, they increase their motivation to learn, interest and engagement, effort and persistence, task/course completion, retention of new information, and performance. See our sources.

3 We give the students choice

When students experience choice, they increase their motivation to learn, interest and engagement, effort and persistence, independence and autonomy, confidence in learning, and personal value in learning. See our sources.

04 View the Implementation Guide

Learn how to implement the Pathway2Careers career-focused curriculum. We'll show you how to select and use our supplemental P2C Math lessons. Click here.

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Pathway2Algebra

View our Table of Contents for Algebra 1 and see the core standards covered and the career occupation.

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Pathway2Geometry

View our Table of Contents for Geometry and see the core standards covered and the career occupation.

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Career Clusters
Lessons
Unhappy Teachers
MetaMetrics Partnership

Math Assessment

The Pathway2Careers (P2C) math assessments for Algebra I and Geometry provide students with a Quantile measure that indicates the skills and concepts they are ready to learn. This information allows educators to more easily align instruction and educational materials with a student’s current skill level. The P2C assessments also provide the ability to track students’ mathematics growth with multiple assessments throughout the year – beginning, middle, and end.

In addition to the Quantile measure for students, the P2C math assessments provide access to the Quantile Career Database. This database, created by MetaMetrics (developer of the Quantile Framework®), consists of hundreds of Quantile-measured occupations. Using their Quantile measure from the P2C math assessments, students can review occupations for which they are mathematically prepared to access. The purpose of the database is to provide a critical point of connection for students, allowing them to see how their learning applies to their current and future employment potential.

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