More than three‑quarters of students from low‑income households
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Calculus Solution Manuals
My students need 49 student solution manuals for their Calculus textbook.
Almost all of my students will be the first in their families to attend college. One of the main goals of my class is to prepare them for the challenges of college.
I teach in a large urban school with mostly low income students.
A large majority of the students are immigrants and English learners. Very few of the students have parents who attended college, or graduated from high school. I am confident that all of my students will be successful in college with the right preparation.
In the 14 years I have been teaching AP Calculus, the school has increased the number of students taking the class from 30 to 160, while continuing to have over 90% of students pass the AP exam. We do not have enough of solution manuals for all of the students, so students have to rotate weekly who gets to use the books.
Almost all of my students are from low income families and will be the first in their families to attend college.
I am both trying to teach these students advanced mathematics, but also how to be a college student. These solution manuals are part of how I try to prepare them college.
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