Subject Area (Math): Class Title (Algebra)
In this class the student will....
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Textbook, author, publisher, year, etc.
Supplemental Texts and Resources
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Course Grade Description
(Short) Grading criteria: 1/3 tests, 1/3 lab, 1/3 daily work.
(Long) Insert a chart with all the details and test scores
Final grade = 97%, 4.0
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