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Topic: Saxon Textbook: Reference
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Angie S. Eshelman

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Re: Saxon Textbook: Reference
Posted: Mar 15, 1995 12:19 AM
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Michael,
I don't know of the article you mention, but I have come across this one
that you might find of interest:

AUTHOR(S): Mathews, Jay
TITLE: Psst, kid, wanna buy a .... (John Saxon's mathematics
textbooks)
SOURCE: Newsweek March 1 1993, v121, n9, p62(2)
SUBJECT(S): Mathematics--Study and teaching
SUBJECT(S): Saxon, John Authorship

Angie

>Not wanting to open the Saxon can of worms again, but just a question:
>
>A couple of weeks ago on K12.ed.math, someone posted a reference to an
>article (I believe it was American Mathematical...) that critiqued the
>Saxon textbook series. The article was published in 1994.
>
>Does anyone remember the information about that article?
>
>Thanks for your help!
>
>Michael Dreher
>Louisiana State University
>spdreh@lsuvm.sncc.lsu.edu


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