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craig wright

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AP Calculus Conference: Los Angeles
Posted: Jan 13, 1998 3:51 PM
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AP CALCULUS TEACHERS' CONFERENCE, LOS ANGELES, CA

The College Board invites you and other interested individuals to attend an
AP Calculus Teachers' Conference.

Date: Saturday, March 7, 1998

Time: 1:30 p.m.-5:00 p.m.

Place: Hyatt Regency Los Angeles, (At Broadway Plaza), 711 South Hope
Street, Los Angeles, CA 90017; phone (213) 683-1234

This is an opportunity to meet and interact with the members of the AP
Calculus Development Committee as well as representatives from the College
Board and Educational Testing Service.

The conference is open to anyone interested in the AP Program. We ask you
to register for the conference so that we will have sufficient materials
for the attendees. There is NO registration fee. Participants will have to
pay for parking at the hotel.

To attend, e-mail your registration to Craig Wright at Educational Testing
Service:
clwright@ets.org
by February 27. Please provide your name, title, institution, and address.

If you have any questions about the conference or need directions, send an
e-mail message to the above address.

A mailing announcing the conference will be sent to secondary schools and
colleges in southern California later this month.

Craig Wright
Educational Testing Service
Princeton, NJ
clwright@ets.org





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