Innumeracy: Mathematical Illiteracy and Its Consequences Setting & Symbolism

John Allen Paulos
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Temple University

Temple University is located in the suburbs of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Temple College was chartered by Dr. Russell Conwell in 1884 and officially became the fully accredited Temple University in 1907. The University currently offers 300 academic degree programs and is attended by 34,000 students, from the main campus in Philadelphia and through study abroad campuses located in Rome and Tokyo, with programs located in Paris, London, Beijing, and Mumbai.

Temple has a rich history, as it is the second oldest dental school in the United States. The School of Dentistry, established in 1863 as the Philadelphia Dental College. Temple University also made history with the founding of the Temple University School of Medicine in 1901. Temple remains unique in that it is only one of three universities in Pennsylvania that is funded by public monies yet is independently operated. The other two universities in this vein are the University of Pittsburgh and...

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