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Topic: Rejected by Custodian
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Joe H Ward

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Re: Rejected by Custodian
Posted: Feb 10, 1997 11:32 AM
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Who or what is the Custodian?
-- Joe
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* Joe Ward 167 East Arrowhead Dr. *
* Health Careers High School San Antonio, TX 78228-2402 *
* Phone: 210-433-6575 *
* joeward@tenet.edu *
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On 9 Feb 1997, IU_INTERNET wrote:

> Date: 9 Feb 1997 12:54:07 U
> From: IU_INTERNET <IU#u#INTERNET.IU#u#13#u#QMAIL@qmgateway.iu13.k12.pa.us>
> To: APSTAT-L <apstat-l@etc.bc.ca>
> Subject: Rejected by Custodian
>
> Mail*Link(r) SMTP Summer AP Stats Courses (fwd)
>
> Hi AP folks!
>
> I have not attended Fred's workshop, but I have had other interactions
> about statistics with both Fred and Al, and if I were near CT, I would
> like to attend. Those who have attended may wish to make first-hand
> comments.
>
> -- Joe
> ***********************************************************************
> * Joe Ward 167 East Arrowhead Dr. *
> * Health Careers High School San Antonio, TX 78228-2402 *
> * Phone: 210-433-6575 *
> * joeward@tenet.edu *
> ***********************************************************************
>
>
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> Date: Sun, 9 Feb 1997 07:21:13 -0500 (EST)
> From: AlCoons@aol.com
> To: apstat-l@etc.bc.ca, MDJANG@aol.com
> Subject: Summer AP Stats Courses
>
> I have received a several emails such as the following:
>
> <<Do you know of any workshops this summer for high school teachers, given by
> high school teachers or at least by people familiar with the high school
> population?>>
>
> In spite of my involvement in this one (see disclaimer below) I think it
> would be good if people posted any they are involved in or know of:
>
> ------------------
> One week workshops on teaching AP Statistics at Choate Rosemary Hall School
> in Wallingford, Ct. The principal instructor is Fred Djang, Chair of the
> Mathematics Department at Choate. The program is repeated each week during
> July.
>
> For more information contact: Fred at:
>
> MDJANG@aol.com
> (203)-949-3558 (office)
> (203)-697-2326 (home)
>
> -------------------
>
> Albert Coons, Ph.D.
> Mathematics Department
> Buckingham Browne & Nichols School
> Cambridge, MA 02138
> (617) 547-6100 x 264
> AlCoons@aol.com
>
>
> Disclaimer:
>
> I attended Fred's workshop last summer and I will be helping Fred early in
> his program this summer.
>
>
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> Date: Sun, 9 Feb 1997 10:54:39 -0600 (CST)
> From: Joe H Ward <joeward@tenet.edu>
> To: APSTAT-L <apstat-l@etc.bc.ca>
> Subject: Summer AP Stats Courses (fwd)
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