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I have volunteered to teach a GED math class. I have access to the syllabi from our regional community college. I finally have pre-algebra and algebra books that seem to hit the material covered on the test (don't have geometry texts yet). We have a classroom once/week, but are trying to get the school district to give us more space, more frequently. Most of the students are 30-50 years old and speak mostly Spanish; I do have an interpreter assisting. What with the interpreter, Google Translator, and Spanish Wikipedia, we seem to be surviving. Tonight will be the first night with books (English).

Thoughts and ideas? Useful websites? Anecdotal information? Funding sources?

Thanks.
Kathleen
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