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1. The students who can attend Project SMART should have completed

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2. What is the overarching goal or mission of Project SMART?

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3. How will the overarching goal be measured?

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4. Program Objective 2 states: Students in grades 7-8 will make progress toward greater college and career readiness. How will this be measured?

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5. Program Objective 3 states: Instructors will provide linguistically accommodated math content instruction. How will this be measured?

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6. Program Objective 4 states: Promote parent involvement through the use of evidence-based strategies that support children's math learning. How will this be measured?

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7. How many units MUST be completed during your Project SMART summer program?

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8. Migratory students who are in need of more intensive academic support should be invited to any district-offered high-impact tutoring or summer programs designed to remediate and accelerate their learning. Project SMART should NOT take the place of any academic support programs for which these students are eligible to attend. This support which provision?

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9. Project SMART is aligned with which sets of standards?

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10. Which statement is NOT true?

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