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Exciting News About High School Mathematics!

On August 1, Kendall Hunt Publishing Company added to its roster of inquiry- and standards-based mathematics programs with the purchase of six high school mathematics programs from Key Curriculum Press. This means that we can now offer a comprehensive selection of high-quality, hands-on math curricula from PreK to grade 12!

Adding high school mathematics curricula to the company's bookbag has been a major goal for Kendall Hunt, but finding the right programs was challenging. K-12 division vice president Charley Cook explains that "the high school curricula needed to be a good fit with our inquiry- and standards-based curricula at the elementary and middle grade levels. The new programs from Key match well with both and represent a logical progression of Kendall Hunt’s PreK-12 publishing philosophy.”

Discovering Mathematics SeriesThe newly-acquired high school math programs are:


Discovering Algebra


Discovering Geometry

 

Discovering Advanced Algebra

 

Precalculus with Trigonometry

 

Calculus

 

Statistics in Action

 

The first three programs are part of the Discovering Mathematics series and are fully aligned to the Common Core State Standards. The remaining programs are part of the Advanced Mathematics series, which helps prepare students for Advanced Placement exams and the study of college mathematics.

Kendall Hunt's future plans include working with each curriculum's author teams to transform the texts into fully interactive, digital mathematics programs available in Flourish, the Kendall Hunt digital learning network.

As you can imagine, bringing six new programs to Kendall Hunt involves a lot of work behind the scenes, so the next 30 days will be a transition period for us. In the meantime, you can click on the above links to learn more about these new programs for grades 9-12.  And be sure to visit here often to get up-to-the-minute information about how to bring them to your classroom!

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