Math Ready


Math Ready
Ready for College-Level Math

Math Ready v3 is now available! 

This course emphasizes understanding of mathematics concepts rather than just memorizing procedures. Math Ready students learn the context behind procedures and understand why to use a certain formula or method to solve a problem. By engaging students in real-world applications, Math Ready develops critical thinking skills that students will use in college and their careers.

Note that Math Ready is not designed to prepare students for advanced mathematics in STEM majors.

Math Ready Outline

  • Unit 1   Algebraic Expressions
  • Unit 2    Equations
  • Unit 3    Measurement and Proportional Reasoning
  • Unit 4    Linear Functions
  • Unit 5    Linear Systems of Equations
  • Unit 6    Quadratic Functions
  • Unit 7    Exponential functions
  • Unit 8    Statistics
Click here to access the Math Ready course standards.

What Teachers and Students Are Saying
About Math Ready

“I could not think of an easier, more efficient way to teach statistics than the way I was taught with this module.”

“I thought statistics was very interesting. It was a fun unit and was very easy to catch on to because of the different activities and practices .”

Publication February 20161 page(16V05)

Math Ready
Ready for College

SREB’s Math Ready course for the senior year of high school is designed to prepare students who aren’t yet ready for college math. This flier presents a quick overview of the eight units in the course.

Publication John Squires March 201914 pages19v07w

Math Ready – Three Years of Evidence

This study examines three years of data collected from 35 schools in five states that implemented Math Ready.

As part of SREB’s suite of Readiness courses, Math Ready was designed to help seniors master math skills before transitioning from high school to postsecondary education and the workplace and avoid costly remediation at the postsecondary level.

In Math Ready, seniors increase their problem-solving, critical thinking and communication skills to prepare for college-level mathematics course work.