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Ihor Charischak

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TSP is now part of Scholastic
Posted: Jan 9, 2002 9:46 AM
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Hi,
Though Tom Snyder Productions (www.tomsnyder.com) is not a major
producer of math software, the philosophy of the company and Tom's
vision of keeping the teacher in the loop in computer education -
particularly in the use of the one computer classroom - is very
admirable and needed. (He does a few math titles including Prime Time
Math series! and math mysteries which are worth a look which you can
do for 45 days for free.) Tom's company and video production group
(Soup2Nuts.tv) are now with Scholastic. (See
http://www.tomsnyder.com/about/press_releases_detail.asp?PressID=pr_2001-12-21
for more details.) Is this the demise of another good ed. software
house?

Ihor
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