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Effective Use of Mathematics Instructional Materials Project

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From: Suzanne A. (for Teacher2Teacher Service)
Date: Apr 15, 2006 at 19:59:45
Subject: Re: Effective Use of Mathematics Instructional Materials Project

Hi Katherine,

Your project sounds interesting. Would it be helpful to you if I were to
feature your request in the Math Forum Internet Newsletter? If you're
not familiar with the Newsletter, you can view the archived issues here:


If you'd like to write to me directly about this, please feel free to use
my email: suzanne@mathforum.org


Suzanne Alejandre
Educational Resource and Service Developer

The Math Forum @ Drexel
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>The Effective Use of Mathematics Instructional Materials project at Education
Development Center,
>Inc., is currently interviewing educators about the experience of selecting
mathematics curricula.  If
>your district is currently in the process of selecting mathematics materials,
or has selected materials
>within the past two years, we would like to speak with you or someone in your
district who has been
>involved in this process.  Please send your contact information to
mcc@edc.org.  If possible, please
>include some brief information about your district (urban/suburban/rural) and
the title of the
>mathematics series you are currently using.
>Thank you!

 -Suzanne A., for the T2T service

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