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Projects I have worked on in my capacity as a freelance copyeditor/editor. Dec 3

In all books before Algebra 1/2 (the equivalent of a Pre-Algebra book), the book is designed for the student to complete assorted mental math problems, learn a new mathematical concept, practice problems relating to that lesson, and solve a varied number of problems which include what the students learned today and in select previous lessons—all for one day's class. This daily cycle is interrupted for tests and additional topics. In the Algebra 1/2 book and all higher books in the series, the mental math is dropped, and tests are given more frequently. The Saxon math program has a specific set of products to support homeschoolers, including solution keys and ready-made tests, which makes it popular among some homeschool families. Saxon math Saxon math
Saxon Phonics K
Saxon Phonics 1
Saxon Phonics 2
When I bought this book, I knew it was to be used in conjunction with the whole Saxon Phonics Intervention program. However, it does have some super lists of vocabulary words, phonic rules, syllable division rules, spelling words, sight words, and irregular pattern words. I used Hooked On Phonics and Phonics Intervention when I home schooled my children. Both had learning difficulties, and phonics based reading helped. (They both have gone to college.) Now that I am a geezer, I work as a private tutor. Phonics Intervention Phonics Intervention
Saxon Math 5/4
Saxon Math 6/5
Saxon Math 7/6
Saxon Math 8/7
Algebra 1: An Incremental Development
Algebra 2: An Incremental Development
Algebra 2: Solutions Manual
Advanced Mathematics: An Incremental Development
Calculus with Trigonometry and Analytic Geometry
Calculus Solutions Manual
Grey Room
Journal of Cold War Studies
American Academy of Arts & Sciences
Occasional Papers
The Future of Human Spaceflight: Objectives and Policy Implications in a Global Context
United States Space Policy: Challenges and Opportunities Gone Astray
A European Approach to Space Security
A Place for One’s Mat: China’s Space Program, 1956–2003
Reconsidering the Rules for Space Security
Science and the Educated American
Nuclear Reactors: Generation to Generation
AAAS Bulletin
judicial independence
challenges of mass incarceration
challenges to public universities
the university and the city
future of research universities
what is missing in medical thinking
after the 2008 elections
science and technology policy problems
race in the age of Obama
the new pragmatism
election and its consequences
financial crisis and economic policy
education of an American dreamer
black humor
nanotechnology: novel applications
future of power
the nuclear future
on the future of energy
Humanities Indicators Humanities Indicators Humanities Indicators Offering the latest information on the state of the humanities in schools, colleges, the workforce, scholarly research, and American life. Departmental Survey