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Mathematics Leaders!

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Shawn Towle

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[ncsm-members] Upcoming NCSM Webinar: It's TIME to Lead - A Call to Action for
Mathematics Leaders!

Posted: Aug 19, 2014 1:34 PM
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Thursday, August 28, 2014 3:00-4:00PM EST

Now that It's TIME-Themes and Imperatives for Mathematics Education: A
Leadership Framework for Common Core Mathematics has been widely
distributed and mathematics education leaders like you are launching their
2014- 2015 slate of activities, NOW is the perfect time to convert the
ideas and suggestions of It's TIME into specific actions.

Presented by: Steve Leinwand and Dr. Suzanne Mitchell

Sponsored by: Carnegie Learning, Inc.

To Register: http://www.mathedleadership.org/events/webinars.html
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Shawn Towle
Web-Editor
National Council of Supervisors of Mathematics (NCSM)
<http://mathedleadership.org/>
207-939-9318

NCSM is a mathematics leadership organization for educational leaders that
provides professional learning opportunities necessary to support and
sustain improved student achievement. Visit us at:
http://mathedleadership.org

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