Glennon has taught for more than 40 years at the Catholic school at 4200 W. 115th St. in Mount Greenwood and was part of the content advisory board and resources team for the new book.
“I did specifically seek the input of my current calculus students, specifically the math team seniors. It was a marketing note that the publisher felt valuable to be able to say that the Marist students had input on the text," Glennon said in a written statement.
The book published by Bedford, Freeman and Worth will be available for the upcoming 2017-2018 school year.
Glennon was initially tapped by authors to serve as a consultant. But his role with the "teacher’s solutions manual" quickly expanded to include more than 500 pages of submitted solutions and advice on approaches for teachers using the book.
"At this time I’m working up 65 videos of AP Calculus problems on the iPad using Explain Everything software. The videos are currently being reviewed by math professors and AP Calculus graders," Glennon said earlier this month.
Besides teaching math, Glennon is also a cyclist and rode from New York to Chicago in 2015, raising more than $70,000 for Marist scholarships.