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Topic: J. Escalante and L. Lieber
Replies: 3   Last Post: Jun 3, 1995 6:58 PM

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JerryTaylr@aol.com

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Registered: 12/6/04
Re: J. Escalante and L. Lieber
Posted: Jun 3, 1995 6:58 PM
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>> from BARRON%ALLOY.BITNET@pucc.PRINCETON.EDU (Alfred Barron)
>>I recently completed the book, 'The Best Teacher in America', which as some

of you may know is the story of Jamie Escalante, who was, and presumably
still
is, a high school math teacher in California.<<

Alfred, a while back, Jaime Escalante was the guest in a live, online chat on
America Online. It was very interesting to "talk" to this wonderful man. I
saved the chat as a text file. I'd be happy to send it to you, if you're
interested.

Jerry Taylor
Educational Technology Specialist
Greece (NY) School District
JerryTaylr@aol.com
(716) 663-3200 ext.3833





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