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Topic: Getting the Word Out-NCTM
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Al Coons

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Getting the Word Out-NCTM
Posted: Jan 5, 1997 8:56 AM
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As I pointed out in my other email [which you might want to read first]:

I have contacted Linda Gojak, the program chair in Minneapolis, the site of
this years NCTM meeting in April. She says that there are no AP Stats
presentations scheduled! Can this be true???

Now is the time to plan ahead for future meetings. I have submitted
proposals for 90 minute workshops for the Hartford Regional NCTM Meeting next
fall and the Washington, D.C. National Meeting in Spring '98. I hope AP
Stats can have more representation at the NCTM meetings...it certainly is one
of the ways to help Statistics become thought of as a mainstream topic by
those who do not teach it. Hope a lot of us will consider putting in
proposals...lets have a couple at every meeting - particularly regional and
local ones. If I can do it after teaching my first statistics course anyone
can (and probably better)!

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Is anyone or group planning to put together a group meeting for Washington DC
National in the Spring of '98? If not I will start working on it now so that
it is included in the program booklet.

Al

Albert Coons, Ph.D.
Mathematics Department
Buckingham Browne & Nichols School
Cambridge, MA 02138
(617) 547-6100 x 264
AlCoons@aol.com





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