Algebra I Overview
Algebra I is a mathematics class in which students will begin to learn more complex algebraic concepts. Topics in algebra I include solving equations, inequalities, and proportions, creating and assessing graphs, functions, and linear equations, and polynomials and factoring, among other concepts.
Algebra I in the Classroom
Algebra I is generally encountered in early high school or sometimes in the late middle school grades. The concepts that are learned in algebra I are built upon in future math and science courses so it is vital to master these skills.
Algebra I Tutoring Program
Parliament's Algebra I Tutoring Program equips students with...
- The skills necessary to master the concepts in algebra I.
- Effective study skills which can be translated into use for other disciplines
- The ability to properly manage time and effort in order to most effectively tackle school work and projects.
- Our algebra I tutors will introduce students to all the relevant fundamentals as well as important concepts to master these sections.