Ex-engineer father writes math textbooks for struggling students

11/2/2009 | Detroit News, The

Frustrated by watching his two sons struggle to learn math, Michigan engineer Nicholas Aggor began writing math textbooks. Aggor, who is originally from Ghana, says he hopes his textbooks will help struggling students reach their full potential. "When students are given effective math textbooks, they can excel. No student is unsalvageable, and ... there are gifted learners even among the poorest-performing students," Aggor says.

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