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Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Visit Excel Math at the ASCD Convention in Houston

On March 21, administrators and educators from around the country will gather in beautiful Houston, Texas for the ASCD Convention & Exhibit Show.

Excel Math will be there, too.

Be sure to stop by Booth #646 at the George R. Brown Convention Center (Level 1) in Houston and say hello to Bob and Brad. They will be handing out chocolate and showing off the newest Excel Math materials. Bring your questions!

Warm up in Houston at the ASCD Convention.

You can see a very cool interactive map of the exhibit hall and find out how to get to the Excel Math booth on the ASCD Convention website.

This year the convention theme is Challenging Convention//Leading Disruptive Innovations.
According to the conference program,
"We have a civic responsibility to address the global challenges we face. Will you have the courage to act collectively to create disruptive innovations? Will you challenge the conventional? Will you break ineffective patterns? Will you break down boundaries that limit transformation and sustainability?
Without disruptive innovation, there is no transformational change."
You can make a transformational change in your students' mathematics skills with Excel Math for Kindergarten through Grade 6. 

If your state is teaching to the Common Core Standards, order our Excel Math Common Core Teacher Edition. 

If you are teaching to the new TEKS, order our Texas Excel Math Teacher Edition. 

If you are in a non-Common Core state (or school), you can use our Excel Math Standard Teacher Edition.

Whichever edition you use, your students will receive the benefit of our proven CheckAnswer system, unique spiralling process, and math lessons that really work! 

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