Financial Algebra’s First Year – How Was It?

Last summer, the NGPF math team was thrilled to release the complete Financial Algebra course for its inaugural year. Since then, your energy and enthusiasm have brought the course to life in classrooms across the country. So we’d love to know – what was YOUR experience like?

 

How was your year?

You took the Financial Algebra course and made it your own. We’d love to hear how it went! We value your feedback and will continue to use it to shape our resources.

 

Please take a moment to complete our Financial Algebra survey.

 

What we’ve heard from you so far

Throughout the year, you’ve shared your experiences. We’ve been listening as you tackle the challenges of implementing a new curriculum and celebrate the joy of lightbulb math moments. 

In the fall, we gathered some initial feedback on how teachers were using Financial Algebra. From that first round of surveys, we were able to share your suggestions, revise our content, and plan a path forward.

Here are some of the words teachers used to describe Financial Algebra. 

A word cloud with individual words in blue and orange text. The largest words are engaging, relevant, useful, organized, and challenging.

A big year for NGPF Math, by the numbers

We couldn’t resist pulling some big numbers to celebrate the year. Here are some highlights:

 
Thank you for sharing this year with us. Don’t forget to take the survey before June 9th!

 

About
the Author

Kathryn Dawson

Kathryn (she/her) is excited to join the NGPF team after 9 years of experience in education as a mentor, tutor, and special education teacher. She is a graduate of Cornell University with a degree in policy analysis and management and has a master’s degree in education from Brooklyn College. Kathryn is looking forward to bringing her passion for accessibility and educational justice into curriculum design at NGPF. During her free time, Kathryn loves embarking on cooking projects, walking around her Seattle neighborhood with her partner and dog, or lounging in a hammock with a book.

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