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Algebra 1

Author: John H. Saxon
Publisher: Saxon Pub
ISBN: 9781565771352
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Introduces basic topics in algebra, continues the study of geometry concepts begun in Algebra 1/2, and teaches the fundamental aspects of problem solving.

Saxon Math Homeschool 8 7 With Prealgebra

Author: Stephen Hake
Publisher: Saxon Pub
ISBN: 9781591413240
Size: 62.66 MB
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Includes testing schedule and 23 cumulative tests. Worksheets for 1 student for 1 year, including facts practice tests and activity sheets, and various recording forms for tracking student progress on assignments and tests. Grade Level: 7

Algebra 1 2

Author: John H. Saxon, Jr.
Publisher: Saxon Publications
ISBN: 9781591411727
Size: 74.75 MB
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Homeschool Algebra 1-2 Packet with test forms 31 test forms for homeschooling, full step by step solutions to all homeschool tests, answer key to all student text practices, problem sets, and additional topic practices. Grade Level 8

Algebra 2

Author: John H. Saxon, Jr.
Publisher: Saxon Pub
ISBN: 9780939798995
Size: 75.70 MB
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Math Education For America

Author: Mark Wolfmeyer
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134673841
Size: 34.74 MB
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Math Education for America? analyzes math education policy through the social network of individuals and private and public organizations that influence it in the United States. The effort to standardize a national mathematics curriculum for public schools in the U.S. culminated in 2010 when over 40 states adopted the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics. Rather than looking at the text of specific policy documents, this book complements existing critical reviews of the national math education curriculum by employing a unique social network analysis. Breaking new ground in detailing and theorizing the politics of math education, Wolfmeyer argues that the private interests of this network are closely tied to a web of interrelated developments: human capital education policy, debates over traditional and reform pedagogy, the assumed content knowledge deficit of math teachers, and the proliferation of profit-driven educational businesses. By establishing the interconnectedness of these interests with the national math education curriculum, he shows how the purported goals of math education reform are aligned with the prevailing political agendas of this social network rather than the national interest.