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NYC Math Project Conference-March 26
Posted: Mar 16, 2011 7:57 AM
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News from the New York City Mathematics Project?.
The NYCMP 20th Annual Conference will be held March 26, 2011 at Lehman College, Bronx. NY. Early registration deadline is extended to March 17.
Thanks to the support from Texas Instruments ? We are honored that our Keynote Speaker is Dr. Gail Burrill - Mathematics Specialist in the Division of Science and Mathematics Education at Michigan State University, Director of the Secondary School Teachers Program for the Institute of Advanced Study?s Park City Mathematics Institute and the Institute?s International Seminar, Past President of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Former Director of the Mathematical Sciences Education Board.
Join us for
***Valuable workshops and sessions, focusing on Mathematical Practices and The
Common Core Learning Standards.
***Excellent resources and materials from exhibitors
***Networking with colleagues

All attendees at our conference will receive monthly updates from us regarding the latest developments from the NYS Education Dept, the Common Core Learning Standards, NCTM, NCSM, AMTNYS, and other information. The registration form is accessible at www.nycmp.org or Contact Suzanne Libfeld for further details.
Suzanne C. Libfeld
Director, NYC Mathematics Project, Lehman College
President, NYS Association of Mathematics Supervisors
Suzanne.libfeld@lehman.cuny.edu 718.960.8416








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