CPM IN THE NEWS

Read the full article, "PHS students in CPM say 'so long' to comfort zone" published by the Portage Daily Register.

It (CPM) really engages them and challenges them in a positive manner. One of the advantages is that topics spiral — we hit on the same topics over and over throughout the whole year, so it’s not like in years past where you cover a topic and after that chapter you’d be done. (A topic) comes back around over and over, and helps their retention level.
— Dave Schmitz, Portage High School Math Teacher

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When I taught with a traditional book, my students would not even try a problem unless I showed them how to do a problem just like the one they were going to get for homework. Now, with CPM I can give any problem to students and they will always try to work through it, whether it is a problem that they have seen before or a completely new concept. It can be a team problem or individual problem and they will always try to solve it. They usually have a great idea about how to start or even solve the whole problem. The students continually open my eyes to the number of techniques they use to solve problem.
— Cynthia, Wisconsin