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Karen,
Congratulations on another successful summer. I am hoping, however, that
your wonderful research project in Illinois gets some press. It is very
impressive and a great model to other teachers. Any plans?

Barbara Markham, l999 AMF

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>Hello gang!!!!
>Well, as you have surely by now figured out that we had a
>tremendously successful summer here at the Library, we are rested and
>ready to kick in for the Fall and Spring.  This year we plan on having
>several teachers from the Close-up Foundation here, as well as
>individually created inservices for middle school teachers from
>Fairfax county, student  teachers from Virginia Tech, and graduate
>education teachers here from George Washington University.
>Several of us will be out on the road this year doing some hands on
>inservicing in Colorado, Kansas, and Oklahoma.
>We are doing video conferencing with educators in Nevada and
>Oklahoma.
>And then of course, the conferences, NCSS, in November.
>I, for one, am proud and delighted to have met and worked with you.
>Keep those questions, comments, and stories of success coming.
>See ya in November.
>Karen Needles
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