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re: g. and Kent's grammer
Posted: Jul 5, 1995 11:33 PM
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Comment by g. : .."perhaps we should begin with your (Kent's) spelling and
grammer errors. Not to be nasty but...(and he goes on to nasty).



I admit that my internet grammer and spelling is not great. I write too fast
and do not usually look over what I write. Also, my background is in music
and mathematics. I am basically a self-taught writer. I have, however,
managed to write two books and more than a dozen articles for various
nationally distributed magazines.

Am I correct is saying that you do not think a degree in math (or a related
area) should be a prerequisite for teaching secondary mathematics?
Astounding! Why isn't the rest of the world rushing emulate us?


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