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New math intervention program being implemented by Helena Public Schools

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The Ed Ready program is being implemented at Helena Public Schools for students who wish to challenge their mathematics ablilty. (MTN News photo) The Ed Ready program is being implemented at Helena Public Schools for students who wish to challenge their mathematics ablilty. (MTN News photo)
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Helena Public Schools is implementing a new math intervention program called Ed Ready, which comes out of the Montana Digital Academy.

It's an internet-based program designed for middle school and high school students who wish to challenge their mathematics abilities.

Ed Ready is accessible from any computer, be it at school, the library or at home.

Capital High School has tested the program. Superintendent Kent Kultgen said it's now going district-wide with the goal being to enhance every student's math skills in a seamless way.

Kultgen said, “What we're trying to do is get students up to college and career ready and to meet those skills of what's happening and when you do that you try every single angle that you can to help these students and this is just another angle that students can have."

The Ed Ready program is used in various school districts across Montana, which is funded by the Washington Foundation.
 

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