Does anybody use this program in their math classes? Our school is really going to enforce that we use it next year. If you do use it, how do you implement it into your curriculum? Is the program effective? I tried using it when I took over math for my team this past year for third trimester. I think the thing that bothered me about it was what an amazing amount of paper gets used (not to mention the ink) each day you do it. Our school is going to hold some kind of competition for the kids who mastered the most objectives. The kid who masters the most in the year gets tickets for the family to go to Six Flags. I like the program because the kids are constantly reviewing concepts, so they don't forget what they have previously learned. Plus, it is set up like the actual state test as far as multiple choice questions. Also, if I give it to them for homework, all I have to do is check their actual worked out problems (I'll count it as a grade), then give them scantrons to bubble in their answers. I run them through the scanner and it automatically grades them and gives them an instant score as well as a new worksheet, or test depending on if they mastered the objective or not. The other cool thing is that it prints each kid out an individual worksheet based on what they need to work on, so there is no copying from other kids' homework since everyone has different problems. You can group kids based on what concepts they are low on and work with them in a small group setting as well giving them mini lessons on the concept.