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17 Sep 2005 - 03:39
Susan has Googled up the Mathematically Correct review of Glencoe Pre-Algebra. (Thank you, Susan) I had remembered it as being good, but didn't have the patience to go find it again for the gazillionth time. They give Glencoe an A. Pretty amazing.
USA Today ran a fabulous photo of a Distance Tutor chained to his terminal in India. There was a copy of Glencoe Pre-Algebra in the foreground that was so huge it was bigger than the tutor.
I love it. That photo alone should be worth another billion or two in sales.
source: Overseas tutors help U.S. students online By Greg Toppo
Glencoe Pre-Algebra on Amazon.
Glencoe page splatter
Doug Sundseth on ransom note typography
Tom Friedman piles on
distance tutors & mathematicallycorrect review Glencoe
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I thought the second one looked vaguely familiar, but the first (blue/green) one is definitely the one we used. I wonder what the difference is, if anything. -- SusanS - 17 Sep 2005
It could be nothing at all. Prentice Hall Pre-Algebra not only has a new cover, it has a new name. No difference inside. -- CatherineJohnson - 21 Sep 2005