Carnegie Learning Publishes National Math Book

May 4, 2011

Carnegie Learning will publish it's first nationwide middle school text  early this summer.  Working with a committee of local educators from Richmond County, Carnegie Learning created a user-friendly textbook designed to appeal to students by making it seem less like a traditional textbook and more like an interactive workbook.  The Carnegie Learning Math Series: Courses 1-3 will begin with a 15,000 copy printing in June.  Creating the textbook from scratch allowed educators to shape lessons around requirements set forth in the upcoming Common Core Standards, which will be implemented nationally next school year. Learn more, and view an excerpt from the book, at

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