Walch High School Math Announces New GSE Geometry Program

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Walch continues to support Georgia educators with Geometry and Algebra courses aligned to the GSE.

Walch High School Math announced today that their Georgia Standards of Excellence: Geometry resources will be available this spring. The program includes a complete set of teacher resources and student workbooks that are aligned to the Georgia Standards of Excellence (GSE) for Geometry.

“Our high school math curriculum resources, including our flexible supportive problem-based design, came initially from work we did in Georgia almost ten years ago. Remember Polly’s Peaches?” says Al Noyes, Walch’s president. “We are pleased to continue our commitment to supporting Georgia Math educators with these new GSE resources.”

As with their popular CCGPS Integrated Math programs, Walch’s new GSE Geometry, GSE Algebra I and GSE Algebra II courses will include components that support problem-based learning, instruct and coach as needed, provide practice, and assess students’ skills. Options for remediation and enrichment are included in the program to address a wide range of students’ needs. Online assessments and unlimited practice with ExamView Assessment banks are also available.

About Walch High School Math
Walch High School Math is a leading developer and publisher of mathematics resources, assessments and implementation services for both the Integrated and the Traditional Pathways for High School Math. Walch is working with districts across the United States, including thousands of teachers and more than 50,000 high school students as they transition to the Common Core State Standards and Practices. Walch solutions are adapted to fit the expressed needs of each state and district partner so that teachers have everything they need at hand, both in the classroom and to extend and enhance student learning beyond. Walch’s team develops and delivers authentic and affordable products for online, digital, and print applications in whatever configuration is most appropriate for each district partner. For more information, visit walch.com.

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