I was in mr. Edgecombs last year class at McCarthy. That was 3 years ago and I have struggled in math ever since. Not only was he a bad teacher but he would make me feel like I was even worse at math
Do not believe Mr. Edgecomb if he says (or loudly proclaims) that the original Papa Gino's was in Medford Square. This is entirely falst. Papa Gino's began in the early 60's in East Boston!
I had Mr. Edgecomb for 8th grade math over 20 years ago. He wasn't a bad teacher, but he wasn't as nice as he wanted you to believe he was.
At first he seems strict but by the end of the year you see him as a regular very nice guy who is understanding about anything what it all comes down to is he knows what he belives
at first he seems like a tough teacher but when you start to understand the way he teaches its pretty easy .. stay on his good side and do your homework
man was he harsh i got the bad side of him his still kinda cool tho. learnd a lot most deff.
In the end, a great person and teacher...i just wish you would stop flipping out so much
He is a very tough teacher, but the class teaches you a lot. I'm in high school now, and we are right now learning what he taught us the first month.