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AP workshops in the wild, wild west?
Posted: Jun 18, 1996 1:26 PM
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I assume this message was about AP Statistics workshops:

From: SMTP%"" 18-JUN-1996 12:39:13.22
Subj: Summer seminar

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From: Bernard Domroy <>
Subject: Summer seminar
Date: Tue, 18 Jun 1996 09:28:06 -0700

I just found out that there will be a summer workshop taught at Redlands
High School in California, Aug. 19 thru 23. The cost is $300 and the
deadline to register is 1/July/96.

If you are interested, contact

Dr. Harley Raumin
Director of Secondary Education
20 W. Lugonia
Redlands, CA 92373

(909) 307-5300

I don't think there are many other workshops out here in the wild west.

Bernard Domroy

If so, here's a list of workshops I received early in the year:


From: SMTP%"" 11-FEB-1996 10:56:52.13
Subj: AP stats workshops

Date: Sun, 11 Feb 1996 10:51:06 -0500 (EST)
Subject: AP stats workshops
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The following list of AP Stats workshops for summer 1996 has been copied
from the AP Program booklet of Graduate Summer Courses and Institutes for
New and Experienced AP Teachers. (Note that the GA and KY workshops are
for new teachers.) Contact the person listed for further information.
There could be other workshops being held as well, but these are the ones
that have been channeled through the College Board system (Jan 1996).

Jerry Moreno Editor, STN newsletter
Dept. Mathematics Statistics Teacher Network
John Carroll University
University Hts., OH 44118 Coordinator QL Workshops for Northeast Ohio


AR Univ of Arkansas Little Rock June 23-28 Ann Robinson 501/569-3124
AZ Sabino High Tucson June 23-28 Bill Reed 520/748-1066
Helen Rosen 520/318-2223
CT Choate Rosemary Hall Wallingford July 8-12 Fred Djiang 203/697-2804
" July 15-19 "
" July 22-26 "
" July 29-Aug 2 "
CT Taft Ed Center Watertown July 28-Aug 2 David Hostage 800/274-7815
GA Agnes Scott College Decatur June 24-28 Diane Bradford 404/638-6440
fax 404/638-6177
HI Iolani School Honolulu Aug 11-16 Lindy Daters 408/452-1400
IL Illinois Wesleyan Bloomington June 23-28 Terry Perciante 708/752-5802
IL Hinsdale Central High Hinsdale July 21-25 John Brunsting 708/887-1340
IN Ball State Muncie June 17-21 Mark Kornmann 317/285-6608
KY Western Kentucky Bowling Green June 23-28 Julia Roberts 502/745-6323
fax 502/745-6279
MI Leelanau Center Ed Glen Arbor July 14-19 Duane Petty 616/334-5840
MN Carleton College Northfield June 16-21 Clifford Clark 507/663-4038
NJ Montclair State Upper Montclair June 24-28 Anthony Piccolino 201/655-7247
PA La Salle Univ Philadelphia July 22-26 Bro. L. Colhocker 215/951-1191
Bro. Wm. Batt 718/920-0111
PA Millersville Univ Millersville July 8-12 Bernie Schroeder 717/872-3009
fax 717/871-2320
TX U Texas El Paso ElPaso June 17-21 Nancy Wacker 915/747-5142
TX St. Mary's Hall San Antonio June 24-28 Carol Brown 210/655-7721
TX Rice University Houston July 29-Aug 2 Edie Carlson-Abbey 713/520-6023
TX Texas Christian Fort Worth July 7-12 Fred Terasa 817/921-7130
TX Texas A&M College Station June 17-21 Jim Matis 409/845-3143
VT St Johnsbury Acad St. Johnsbury July 22-26 Thomas Lovett 802/751-2082


So none were known in CA at that time. But some may have developed. I
suggest you contact the College Board Regional Office in CA:

Lindy Daters/Claire Pelton
Suite 480
2099 Gateway Place
San Jose, CA 95110-1017

and see what they know.

If necessary, you could also contact the National Office:

Wade Curry/Philip Arbolino/Charlotte Eielson
45 Columbus Circle
New York, NY 10023-6992
212 713-8000

Good luck!

Bruce King
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
Western Connecticut State University
181 White Street
Danbury, CT 06810

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