Advanced Quantitative Reasoning
The Advanced Quantitative Reasoning (AQR) project is creating an innovative post-Algebra II alternative to Pre-calculus for students who have completed Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II, or Integrated High School Mathematics I, II, and III. The AQR course develops mathematical proficiency, statistical proficiency, and quantitative literacy, filling a critical gap in the nation's high school mathematics course offerings. This course is aligned with the Common Core Standards for Mathematics. It is a solution to the fourth year of high school mathematics now required in many states. It addresses numerical reasoning, statistical reasoning, modeling, and spatial reasoning--and balances mathematics language development with in-context, technology-supported inquiry and problem solving.
Over the past seven years, the AQR materials were tested at 14 high schools in North Carolina, Texas, and Ohio. During 2015-2016, AQR is being implemented at roughly 200 high schools in Iowa, Massachusetts, Ohio, Texas, and Singapore, and district-wide in Cincinnati, Columbus, Fort Worth, Houston, and San Antonio. If you wish to receive additional information, please contact Greg Foley by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 740-593-4430.
- AQR Table of Contents 2014 Common Core Edition
- AQR Table of Contents 2014 Extended Texas Edition
- AQR Table of Contents 2015 Texas Edition (Texas Proclamation)
- AQR Course Description
- AQR Press homepage
- Texas State Board of Education adopts AQR as a new fourth-year math course (http://www.utdanacenter.org/aqr/)
- Other fourth-year capstone courses (http://www.utdanacenter.org/k12mathbenchmarks/resources/capstone.php)