A change is about to take place in Richmond County Schools—reform to raise the bar for students, improve student achievement, and assure that all students are prepared for the 21st Century.
The Richmond County Academic Reform Plan takes affect this fall. Beginning with the freshman class, all students will be required to take Algebra I, Geometry and Algebra II. College prep students will have to complete 3.5 units in the technical career field.
One of the most frequently asked questions about the plan is “how will my child who has always struggled in math meet the requirements of this plan?” This fall, a research-based mathematics computer software program will be implemented at all high schools that will help teachers individualize instruction for students.
Richmond County Board of Education is a publicly funded organization
No. of Schools: 61
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