Mathmatics in the Apprencticeship Programs of the Construction Industry

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2014-01-15
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Matsui, Ann
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University of Hawaii at Manoa
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One of the requirements for graduation from high school in Hawaii is a minimum of one credit in mathematics. While the author was student teaching, many of her students were prone to question the mathematics requirement, especially when the were non -college bound students. To many of them, the rationale regarding the one credit mathematics require­ ment seemed vague. Many students failed to see the relevance of taking mathematics in high school, for they could not see its applicability to their life after high school graduation.
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