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    Default Has anyone used K12 digital texts?

    They used to apparently be called "" and I found a thread under that name from several years back, but no one had any real info there. Now the website is called "". Anyway, I stumbled on them through an email I got. It seems too good to be any good, $80 for their 6-8 grade complete curriculums for the 4 academic subjects. I looked at the samples briefly. Just thought I would check to see if anybody has used any of their stuff before.
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    I haven't used it yet, but I am planning on purchasing the whole k-12 digital texts for $144. I found it on Cathy Duffys reviews website. It is reviewed under Complete Curriculum as that is what it used to be. If you haven't already I would check out Cathy's review.

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