Can you imagine a classroom of curious, committed math students exploring their own questions, investigating relationships, collecting, evaluating and synthesizing data, formulating
Keith (and others),
As some of you may know, there has been discussion on the internet over the past months about about private interest groups putting pressure on the NSF to limit the free use of the INTERNET. Whether these are rumours or truths, I don't know, but documents like Keith's (and this forum archive) are fantastic documents to send to congress and the whitehouse. So, Keith, if you're inclined to edit out the request for funds, you may want to send a copy of your document to PRESIDENT@WHITEHOUSE.GOV and VICE-PRESIDENT@WHITEHOUSE.GOV. It's good to let our elected leaders know that free access to the INTERNET and the geometry forum (which is supported by our tax dollars through the NSF) is making a difference in the education of our youth!