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Topic: AP-CALC: Update and Guidelines
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Michael Boardman

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AP-CALC: Update and Guidelines
Posted: Jun 11, 1997 10:34 AM
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Greetings,

As you all know, the reform vs traditional discussion on this list has been quite emotional. A couple of threads (discussion of WLL and the Top 5 list) have been especially contentious. To make room for more intellectually stimulating and profitable discussions, these threads have been ended. Also, recent posts containing copywrighted articles without permission for reproduction cannot be distributed. If such material is available on the internet, perhaps a message with the URL of the article would be appropriate.

The purpose of this list is to discuss ideas. Posts containing derogatory remarks about individuals or groups of people will be discarded. In our discussions, let us remember that every person subscribed to this list shares the common goal of the intellectual enrichment of our students and therefore deserves our respect.

Sincerely,
Michael Boardman
Moderator, AP-CALC


GUIDELINES
This is a moderated group for use by faculty consultants to the
Reading, AP teachers, those thinking about teaching AP Calculus,
and college faculty interested in what AP is all about. Feel free to
send a message to AP-CALC@ETS.ORG introducing
yourself and your school to the other members.

This group is not designed to answer questions about program policy
or exam administration. Please direct them to APEXAMS@ETS.ORG.
For information about the AP Reading: APREADER@ETS.ORG

Neither the College Board nor Educational Testing Service shall be
held liable for the information transmitted through this group.

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