Bill Bennett, host of MORNING IN AMERICA, opens a daily radio dialogue with men and women all across America. In his various roles, Bill has been perceived as a man who spoke honestly about some of the most important issues of our time. While in Washington, he served as President Reagan’s chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities (1981–85) and Secretary of Education (1985–88).
Bill recently asked Nancy Larson to participate in a radio dialogue with parents, answering their questions and talking about math strategies. Nancy is the author of the internationally acclaimed Saxon Math K–4 programs.
While the focus of this radio dialogue is on math, the learning concepts Nancy shares and suggestions she gives parents are universal and helpful for everyone. Please sit back, relax and enjoy the conversation.