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Richard W. Fisher Author of Math Essential Math SkillsRick Fisher is a math instructor for the Oak Grove School District in San Jose, California. Since graduating from San Jose State University in 1971 with a B.A. in mathematics, Rick has devoted his time to teaching fifth and sixth grade math students. Each year approximately one-half of his students bypass the seventh grade math program and move directly to a high-powered eighth grade algebra program.

Rick has developed a highly functional, successful mathematics teaching system that produces amazing results. Results that he shares in his books, Mastering Essential Math Skills in both elementary and middle grades versions.

These are not just books, but an exciting, tested teaching strategy that will produce dramatic results for students. This easy to follow, step-by step program requires only 20 minutes per day.

Rick designed these books for elementary, middle grades and even high school students who were not prepared for algebra, to help bring them to algebra-readiness in less than one school year. Through this program, many of Rick's students have improved several grade levels in their math abilities in just one school year. Rick has also used the program successfully with students who are struggling with math and have limited English skills. This award winning program compliments all basic math textbooks.

Speak to the author. Rick can be reached at 408/358-6586.


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Worth Every Penny!

This is by far the best math workbook we've ever used. It comes with Teachers Handbook and Answers. It has review skills before each lesson and a quick lesson on how to do the problems on each page. I wish I had found this one long ago, before I wasted my money on the others.



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