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||Using John Saxon's Math Books: How Homeschool Parents can Successfully use Them - and Save Money!
||Author, Art Reed, has taken his more than 20 years of experience with Saxon Math books and put this experience and knowledge into a 132-page guide to assist homeschool educators in their successful use of Saxon math books – from Math 54 through calculus and physics. Answers are provided to questions such as: How are the high school courses correctly transcripted?; Does the Saxon high school student receive credit for geometry – and when?; and, Do Saxon math books still offer an excellent math curriculum?
||Contributed by: Parent on 8/1/2008
The book is an excellent resource for homeschool educators who use Saxon math books. Following its guidance assures the reader of saving money when buying Saxon books as well as getting the right editions and being successful in the program. The monthly newsletter keeps them aware of what is and what is not happening at HMH Supplemental Publishing Co. (the new owners of Saxon Publishers).
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