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Susan L. Addington

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information needed for grant proposal
Posted: Aug 16, 1995 7:05 PM
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I'm in the final throes of writing a proposal that will
put new PhDs in mathematics (NOT math education) into
fellowships that will allow them to continue their
research while working on special projects with K-12 schools.
(It's a long story; this is the short version.)

The idea is that these people, at the end of their 3-year
fellowships, would be knowledgeable about precollege
math education, and sensitive to the needs of teachers and
students. The question is: then what would they do?

There is certainly a need for such people in teacher education,
though there are not necessarily job openings in abundance.
What about jobs like math curriculum specialist in a school district?
Or even classroom teacher?

I would like specific information on what credentials and experience
are necessary for these jobs in your district/county/state.
Please reply just to me (addingto@geom.umn.edu)
unless you think everybody else will be fascinated.

Susan Addington
Math Dept.
California State University
San Bernardino, CA 92407





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