What is Math AIS and Who Gets Assigned to it?
AIS is an acronym for Academic Intervention Services. Students identified by teachers and by performance levels on state or local assessments as not sufficiently meeting state standards are typically assigned to AIS class.
Diagnostic testing is performed to determine areas of weakness and a program of study is prescribed for each student.
Classes will focus on much more than just help with homework. Students will participate in exercises to strengthen their cognitive abilities and their fundamental skills in math. In addition, students will work to improve their weaknesses with study skills that often hinder success in their general math classes.
Homework is not regularly assigned in AIS. However, students may be asked to practice the exercises at home that we work on in class.
Students assigned to AIS math do not receive a letter grade for the class. Instead AIS students will receive a grade of S (satisfactory) or U (unsatisfactory) on their report cards for each quarter.
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