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Richard Wertheimer

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The Guide to Math & Science Reform
Posted: Jul 21, 1995 9:33 AM
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Free Copies of The Guide to Math & Science Reform Still Available

The Spring 1995 edition of The Guide to Math & Science Reform, a computer
database containing information on more than 800 projects, organizations, and
conferences involved in K-12 mathematics and science education reform in the
United States, is available free of charge from the Annenberg/CPB Math and
Science Project while supplies last. The Guide is available for both Macintosh
and Windows-based computers. The Fall edition of The Guide will be available
in December 1995.

To request your copy of the Spring edition, call 1-800-965-7373 or write to
The Annenberg/CPB Math and Science Project, P.O. Box 2345, South Burlington,
VT 05407- 2345.

Apologies for multiple listings.

Patrick Gallagher
Vice President
Toby Levine Communications, Inc.
7910 Woodmont Avenue, Suite 910
Bethesda, MD 20814
fax 301-907-6916

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