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Al Coons

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Math Position: BB&N , Cambridge, MA
Posted: Feb 13, 1997 12:04 AM
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My Department Chair asked me forward this.

Al Coons
Position available for a MATHEMATICS TEACHER


Buckingham Browne & Nichols is an independent, co-educational day school in
Cambridge, Massachusetts. The Upper School, enrolling 440 students in grades
9-12, is characterized by high academic standards, a skilled faculty, and a
student population which is both diverse and able.

For the 1997-98 school year, we are looking for an experienced teacher
capable of teaching any level of college preparatory mathematics, from
algebra through calculus. The ideal candidate will bring degree work in
mathematics, high school teaching experience, and an interest in statistics.
Since the department is increasingly incorporating instructional technology
into its program, practice in the use of calculators and computers for
mathematics instruction is another plus. Preference will be given to
candidates who coach.

BB&N does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, gender, sexual
orientation, religion or creed, national and ethnic origin, non-disqualifying
handicap, veteran status or any other unlawful factor in its employment
policies or practices. We welcome candidates who will increase our
diversity; we encourage people of color to apply

e-mail any questions you have to

Resumes should be sent to:

Mark Fidler, Mathematics Department Head
Buckingham Browne & Nichols School
80 Gerry's Landing Road
Cambridge, MA 02138

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