conservative_librarian Wrote:
Jan 25, 2013 3:42 PM
Algebra, at the most basic level solving for X, and later Geometry (in particular logic and show-your-work-proofs) really provide the fundamental critical thinking skills that are so desperately need for both college and the workforce. These thought processes, when combined with reading comprehension and composition (expression of ideas and development of arguments) form the foundation for post-secondary education success.