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Topic: New Core Curriculum Integrated Algebra Text Books
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Beth Layton

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Registered: 8/6/12
Re: New Core Curriculum Integrated Algebra Text Books
Posted: Aug 6, 2012 9:44 PM
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I have been teaching Integrated Math with the Core-Plus books for ten years, and I love it! Sorry if you had an unfortunate incident but I would kill (well, maybe I exaggerate! I'm pretty nonviolent, after all) to be able to buy new textbooks for Common Core and there is no question that I would get Core-Plus from Glencoe. And no, I do not work for them!
I have done extensive work preparing for the implementation of CCSS. CPMP does a great job, having already aligned with Essential Standards before that went away!
If you could simply have math 1,2,3, then you would be perfectly set. Otherwise, you will have to check about the standards for more traditional courses. There are a lot of good sites for that.



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