Mathematics Teachers

Many successful people credit their middle and secondary school teachers with helping them discover their talents and abilities while guiding them into college, careers, and other endeavors. Though the primary responsibility of math teachers is to instruct students in grades seven through 12 in a specific math subject, they may also inform students about colleges, occupations, and such varied subjects as the arts, health, and relationships. Teachers may teach a traditional math subject, such as geometry, algebra, or trigonometry, or in an applied math area, such as information technology, statistics, or probability.

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