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Michael Boardman

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[ap-calculus] From the College Board
Posted: Jul 6, 2005 12:10 PM
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AP Teachers:

Do you know a former student whose passion for your class made them a joy to
teach? Award-winning writer Veronica Chambers is compiling accounts from
former students whose lives were influenced by the Advanced Placement
Program. Her article will appear in the fall issue of The College Board
Review, which will commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of AP. If you are in
touch with a former student who went on to an impressive career and who you
think would enjoy talking to Veronica, please contact Peter McCormick, the
Review editor, at pmccormick@collegeboard.org. He will pass on the contact
information to Veronica Chambers. The deadline is Tuesday, July 12, so
please act now!



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