Some organizations that sell used high school textbooks are National Textbook Services, Follett and Biblio. All three also provide the opportunities for schools to sell textbooks they no longer need, which can help with ... More »

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In some states, the state is in charge of choosing textbooks, and these states have a review board set up to adopt new books. In other states, the school district is responsible for choosing the books that appear in the ... More »

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College students can purchase electronic versions of their textbooks and read them online at the Chegg and CourseSmart websites, and they can also find free digital textbooks at such sites as Boundless and the College Op... More »

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Individuals can buy high school geometry textbooks either through the publishers themselves, as in the case of McGraw-Hill's "Glencoe Geometry," or through retail educational websites such as Seton Educational Media. Lar... More »

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It is possible for students to read high school level textbooks online. Online textbooks usually cost a fee, but free ones exist and usually come in a PDF format. More »

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Purchase used middle school textbooks by visiting sites like Half.com, Follet.com, Biblio.com, Textbooks.com or Amazon.com and searching for the appropriate book. Buyers should always compare prices among several sites a... More »

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Positively reviewed high school algebra textbooks for homeschooling include "Saxon Algebra 1: Homeschool Package" and "Algebra 1: An Incremental Development Homeschool Packet." Teaching Textbooks' "Algebra 1 Text" and it... More »

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