New Improvements for Math-U-See in 2009

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Announcing new binding, hardback for instruction manuals, perfect binding for student texts as well as complete solutions, improved design, subtitles for the DVD's and integrated honors material.

Math-U-See announces improvements to it's curriculum for 2009. Improvements include new binding, improved design, complete solutions, subtitles and the integration of the honors curriculum.

The Instruction Manual will have a hard back with complete step by step solutions for each problem.  The new binding improves the life of the book. In Algebra 1 over half of the textbook is made up of solutions.

New Upgraded Binding for Student Books and included will be 3 hole punch and perforation on the individual pages.

Books will be printed on two sides on heavier paper. New improved graphic design improves the look and provides more space to work each problem. One worksheet is now printed on both sides of the page.

For secondary math and due to positive response the Honors books will be included in the Student text. 

DVDs are coming out with subtitles, new menus, and an improved layout.  This will be an option on most of the DVDs by the summer of 2009. 

The new binding, hardback for the instruction manual and perfect binding for the student as well as improved design and complete solutions will be available by March of 2009. Subtitles on the DVD's (Primer through Gamma) will be available by the spring with the rest of the titles to follow in the summer and fall.

For additional information on the improvements, contact Ethan Demme or visit

Math-U-See is a math curriculum publisher that has served the homeschool market since 1990 providing a complete K-12 math program.

Ethan Demme, Director of Marketing


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