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Located in Dayton, Tennessee

Consultant on Math Curriculum and Concepts; 50 Years of Teaching

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I have a Ph.D. in mathematics from the University of Southern California. I taught undergraduate mathematics at a small Christian liberal arts college for 38 years. I have been teaching for a local high school co-op for the last two years. I have extensive in-class and online experience.

I am fully retired from the workforce, and I am not looking for students. I am willing, however, to consult with parents or other mathematics teachers on issues of mathematical curriculum or pedagogy.

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