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Laura Skelton

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new math curriculum from Facing the Future - please provide input
Posted: Apr 7, 2008 5:38 PM
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Dear New York Math Teachers:



My name is Laura Skelton, and I am the Program Director at Facing the Future
<http://www.facingthefuture.org/> . Facing the Future is a nonprofit
organization dedicated to educating young people about global sustainability
issues such as population, natural resources, and poverty. In 2007 Facing
the Future programs reached approximately 300,000 students.



This year, we are planning to develop global sustainability curriculum
specifically for math classrooms. Your advice during the development of
this curriculum would be invaluable. If you have a moment, please take a
short 7-question survey to help us learn more about the type of resource
that would be most valuable to math teachers. The survey link is here
<http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=CdBLjaJ_2b_2fJb6QC6AzyhdTw_3d_3d> .



I would very much like to hear any ideas and opinions you have related to
this type of resource.



Thank you for your time,



Laura Skelton

Program Director

Facing the Future



811 First Ave., Ste. 454 | Seattle, WA 98104

facingthefuture.org | 206-264-1503

F 206-264-1506 E laura@facingthefuture.org



Critical thinking. Global perspective. Informed action.








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