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Topic: Chapter 4--Everybody Counts
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Mary K. Hannigan

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Re: Chapter 4--Everybody Counts
Posted: Mar 23, 1995 2:22 PM
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>"building the basic skills for college math", this is a fine goal except
>that many students never study math in college (except for maybe the one
>required math course they need to graduate).


Good point. How about "building the basic skills necessary for college
coursework" since "math" skills are necessary in so many courses. For
those students considering math-intensive programs that would include
skills necessary for college math courses.

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