April 29th Teleconference will Highlight Math Success and Future Directions
Posted: April 26, 2002
The West Virginia Department of Education will host a Math Summit via teleconference from 2-4 p.m., Monday, April 29, to highlight the successes and future direction of mathematics education in K-12 public schools.
Topics to be included in the presentation are: changes in State Board policies 2510 and 2520; new mathematics Content Standards and Objectives; the new assessment program and how it affects mathematics; changes in teacher licensure; and professional development opportunities for math teachers. A question and answer session will follow the presentation.
The regional sites for the teleconference are Mercer County Technical Center; RESA II Offices; Capital High School; Glenville State Community College; WVU-Parkersburg; Wheeling Park High School; Lewis County High School; and Martinsburg High School.
For more information, contact Larry Lamb, Mathematics Coordinator, West Virginia Department of Education, (304) 558-7805.
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