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Malden, Massachusetts Tutoring Programs
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Malden District and Curriculum
The schools in Malden follow the curriculum laid out by the Department of Education which also follows national Common Core Standards for learning. The standards provide educators with an overview of the K-12 learning pathway within each subject and are used as classroom objectives for daily lessons and serve as the standards students are expected to meet on statewide assessments. Special programs, including those for special needs students and gifted students, round out the academic offerings in the district. Various clubs, organizations, and sports teams provide further opportunity for Malden’s students to learn valuable skills.
We currently cover the following Malden-area school district: Malden Public Schools.
Educating Our Parents: Understanding the Malden District Curriculum
In accordance with the statewide Curriculum Framework that governs the curriculum of public schools, by grade 9 students in mathematics are introduced to skills in six conceptual categories, each of which builds on the next. The categories, in order of increasing complexity, are: number quantity, algebra, functions, modeling, geometry, and statistics.
In the domain of algebra, students master the fundamentals of algebraic equations and inequalities, solve quadratic equations and functions, use algebraic equations to express relationships, and translate algebraic equations into different expressions. They will use models and graphs plotted on the coordinate plane to express vectors, work with matrices. In mastering these different concepts and skills, they will use calculators and a range of math learning software to experiment and generate information that brings together their understanding of algebraic expressions, matrices, and vectors and logarithmic functions.
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Keeping Informed: Recent Malden Educational News
- Free Applications for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) - The federal government has more than $150 billion in student aid, in the forms of grants, loans, and work-study funds. Completing the application, which is the first step in finding those funds, is free.
- John and Abigail Adams College Scholarships - Awarded by the state to students on the basis of their MCAS, ELA and mathematics test scores, the scholarship provides tuition waivers for 1-8 semesters at any Massachusetts state college or university.
- School Guidance Uses Technology to Connect with Parents - A blog created by the guidance team at Malden High School offers all members of the Malden District a way to assist students and parents and community groups to gather information about all the opportunities available for academic and professional planning.
Malden Tutors Can Help Your Student Succeed
SchoolTutoring Academy works with young learners and students, all the way up through high school. We offer Pre-K and Kindergarten Tutoring as well as Elementary School Tutoring to build a strong learning foundation early on. We also offer comprehensive tutoring across all school subjects.
Chalk Talk: How to Ask Good Questions
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