Making the Transition in Mathematics from High School to College

April 6th, 2007 by Adam

May 8, 2007
8:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
The Grappone Conference Center, Concord, NH

A state-wide forum for Educators, School Board Members, Legislators, and Parents reporting on: A two-year project funded by a grant from the NH Department Of Education

Keynote Address: Dr. David T Conley, Author of “College Knowledge – What it Really Takes for Students to Succeed and What We Can Do to Get Them Ready”

Breakout Sessions that will address:

  • National and Local Research
  • High School Curriculum Recommendations
  • Survey Results of NH High Schools and Colleges
  • Admission Requirements in 2- and 4-year NH
  • Ramifications for Middle School and Eighth Grade Testing
  • NHCTC Math Remediation Findings and Related Math Preparedness Running Start and Career Technical Education Pre and Post-Testing Results
  • and much more…

Go to this link to register & pay!

Conference Program (PDF 36 kb) now available to download in pdf format.

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