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Take a look at new math books proposed in Prince William

Mathematics textbooks for kindergarten through calculus are available for public review and comment from now until Dec. 21, according to a news release from the Prince William County school division.

Books for math instruction ranging from kindergarten through Algebra II will be available in the Professional Library of the Edward. L. Kelly Leadership Center, at Chinn Park and Bull Run Regional Libraries and at school libraries.

School libraries with math books for review are located at Ashland Elementary School, Battlefield High School, Ellis Elementary School, Forest Park High School, Fred Lynn Middle School, Lake Ridge Middle School, Occoquan Elementary School, Penn Elementary School, Pennington Traditional School, Saunders Middle School, Signal Hill Elementary School, Swans Creek Elementary School, Victory Elementary School and T. Clay Wood Elementary School.

Upper level books for mathematics electives above Algebra II will be available at the Edward L. Kelly Leadership Center, located at 14715 Bristow Road in Manassas.

During the textbook adoption process, the Mathematics Office convenes teachers, administrators, School Board appointees, and parents to evaluate textbooks. Feedback is solicited from all county schools and from the public.

Citizens’ comments will be collected and considered by the textbook adoption committee as it prepares recommendations to the School Board this winter. The final adoption report is planned for presentation to the School Board for information and approval in February 2012.

For more information or comments, contact Carol Knight, Mathematics supervisor, via email at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or at 703-791-8849

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