Join the Movement! These Schools Did...

If you're looking for materials that are different from traditional preparation books, then join the schools below in moving to the "I'm Not Afraid... Anymore!" materials. Whether you have a large program or you're tutoring one student, "I'm Not Afraid... Anymore!" can help.

  • Jefferson State Community College
  • Arkansas
  • Cossatot Community College of the University of Arkansas
  • Arkansas Tech University
  • North Arkansas College
  • California
  • California State University - Long Beach
  • Florida
  • James Irvin Education Center, Pasco County Schools, Dade City
  • Dixie Hollins Adult Ed Center
  • Georgia
  • Central Georgia Technical College
  • Coastal Pines Technical College - Jesup
  • Georgia Department of Corrections
  • Lanier Technical College
  • South Georgia Technical College
  • Hawaii
  • Hawaii National Guard - Youth Challenge Academy
  • Illinois
  • YWCA of Ritter
  • Indiana
  • Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation
  • Kansas
  • City Union Mission, Kansas City
  • Fort Scott Community College - Jesup
  • Washburn Institute of Technology
  • Kentucky
  • West Kentucky Educational Coop
  • Louisiana
  • Evangeline Parish School Board
  • Iberville Parish School Board
  • Lafayette Parish School System
  • Literacy Council of Southest Louisiana, Inc.
  • Louisiana Correctional Institute for Women
  • Northshore Technical Community College
  • River Parishes Community College
  • Sabine Parish School Board
  • St. Vincent de Paul Center Adult Learning Center
  • Join the Movement to I'm Not Afraid... materials Missouri
  • Algoa Correctional Center
  • Booneville Correctional Center
  • Camdenton R-III
  • Chillicothe Correctional Center
  • City of St. Louis Adult Ed and Literacy
  • Eastern Reception, Diagnostic and Correctional Center
  • Macon Career Center
  • Moberly Correctional Center
  • Northeast Correctional Center
  • St. Charles Community College
  • State Fair Community College Adult Ed and Literacy
  • North Dakota
  • Fargo Public Schools
  • New Hampshire
  • Dover Adult Learning Center
  • Oklahoma
  • Oklahoma Department of Corrections
  • Oklahoma Department of Libraries
  • Elk City Regional Adult Learning Center
  • Great Plains Technology Center
  • Idabel Public Schools
  • Northeastern Oklahoma A & M College
  • OIC of Oklahoma County
  • Oklahoma City Community College
  • Southwest Technology Center
  • Tennessee
  • Greenville City Schools - Tennessee Adult Ed
  • Tennessee Higher Education Committee
  • Texas
  • 2nd Baptist ESL
  • Center of Hope
  • Region 17-ESC Adult Education Center
  • Tarrant Literacy Coalition
  • Weatherford Independent School District
  • Wisconsin
  • Madison College
  • NOTE: All schools and organizations listed purchased "I'm Not Afraid... Anymore!" materials in 2016 and/or 2017.
    Christopher Myers - "Join the Movement!"

    Christopher Myers A very wise man once said that FEAR is an acronym that stands for False Expectations that Appear Real. By changing one’s expectations, you can help them to eliminate their fears.

    My name is Christopher Myers, and I am an HSE instructor that teaches all subjects and to all levels of learners. “I’m Not Afraid of Math Anymore!” has changed the face of my classroom. It’s the most wonderful thing to see your students fall in love with Math for the first time. This book has given us a clear, concise, and easily comprehensible breakdown of the concepts that are on the math section of the high school equivalency exams. Once the students understand the concept which is the “why,” the answer which is the “what” becomes an easy task which they are eager to complete. I have literally witnessed their confidence level rise. Their expectations have now changed thus eliminating their fears altogether. They are indeed no longer afraid of math.

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    Mrs. Susan Bernard has provided us as instructors with a quick reference “Cliff Notes” type of manual for the GED®-HSE math tests and has done so in a manner which has not compromised the meanings behind these concepts. It is efficient. It is comprehensible. It is straight to the point. There is now less complaining in the classroom and more computing which means the students are now less agitated and more accomplished. I could go on and on about how this product could help your program or help your classroom reach its full potential, but less is more.

    I simply ask you to join us on the “I’m Not Afraid of Math Anymore!” movement.