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2-4--Industrial arts: Conference for teachers and supervisors in industrial-arts education, Virginia Department of Education, Holiday Inn-Bells Rd., Richmond.

2-4--Staff development: Workshop, "Conducting Effective Staff-Development Programs," National Staff Development Council, Rolling Meadows Holiday Inn, Rolling Meadows, Ill.

3--Administrators: Conference for supervisors, New Jersey Association of Elementary and Middle School Administrators, Forsgate Country Club, Jamesburg, N.J.

3--Labor relations: In-service conference for principals and supervisors on handling labor grievances, New Jersey School Boards Association, Coachman Inn, Cranford, N.J.

3--Principals: Annual spring conference, New Hampshire Association of School Principals, New Hampshire Highway Hotel, Concord, N.H.

3-5--Business officials: Annual meeting, Texas Association of School Business Officials, San Antonio, Tex.

3-5--Rural special education: "Annual Leadership Conference for Problem-Solving in Rural Schools," national conference for school and state administrators and educators on special-education issues, American Council on Rural Special Education, at Murray State University, Murray, Ky.

4-6--Mathematics teachers: Regional conference, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Atlanta.

4-6--Public relations: "A Building Plan to Develop Public Confidence in Your School," study institute, National Association of Secondary School Principals, New Orleans.

5--Counseling: Western regional conference on counseling, sponsored by the College of Education, Arizona State University, Tempe, Ariz.

5-6--Governor's conference: Governor's conference on education, Georgia School Boards Association, Peachtree Plaza Hotel, Atlanta.

5-8--Health occupations: Statewide student conference on health occupations, Virginia Department of Education, Blacksburg, Va.

7-9--Administrators: Conference for administrators of smaller secondary schools, National Association of Secondary School Principals, Las Vegas, Nev.

7-12--Communications: "Institute for Effective Communications," National Audio-Visual Association and the Indiana University Audio-Visual Center, Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind.

9--Advanced-placement programs: Seminar for administrators and teachers on organizing advanced-placement programs, co-sponsored by The College Board and the Augusta County Public Schools, at Stuart's Draft High School, Stuart's Draft, Va.

9-10--Catholic schools: Annual institute for elementary- and secondary-school teachers of the school system of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, Cardinal O'Hara High School, Springfield, Del.

11--Advanced-placement programs: Seminar for administrators and teachers on organizing advanced-placement programs, co-sponsored by The College Board and the Arlington County Public Schools, at the Arlington Education Center, Arlington, Va.

11-13--Learning styles: "Student Learning Styles," study institute, National Association of Secondary School Principals, Dallas.

11-14--Social Studies: Annual conference, California Council for the Social Studies, Hyatt Regency Hotel, Los Angeles.

12-13--Middle-level education: Annual statewide meeting for educators in junior-high and middle schools and teacher-educators, Kansas Association for Middle Level Education and the Association of Teacher Education of Kansas, Glenwood Manor, Overland Park, Kan.

12-14--Professional development: Annual conference for the Northeast region, National Education Association's instruction and professional development division, Boston.

13--Ethics and education: Forum for educators in secondary schools and higher-education institutions, sponsored by the Harvard Graduate School of Education, at the Dalton School, New York City.

14-16--Reading: "Reading for a Changing World," annual conference, Michigan Reading Association, Grand Rapids, Mich.

14-16--School boards: Annual convention, Tennessee School Boards Association, Opryland Hotel, Nashville.

16--Advanced-placement programs: Seminar for administrators and teachers on organizing advanced-placement programs, co-sponsored by The College Board and the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction, at the Cromer Student Center of Lenoir-Rhyne College, Hickory, N.C.

17--Labor relations: Conference for school-board members and chief school administrators on their roles in contract administration, New Jersey School Boards Association, Forsgate Country Club, Jamesburg, N.J.

17-19--Sociobiology and psychobiology: Conference on sociobiology, psychobiology, and education for educators and researchers, sponsored by the American Educational Research Association, New York City.

17-20--Personnel and guidance: Annual meeting, American Personnel and Guidance Association, Cobo Hall, Detroit.

18-19--Child advocacy: "Kids Have Rights, Too," workshop for educators, parents, and citizens, National Committee for Citizens in Education, Olmstead Manor, Ludlow, Pa.

18-19--Curriculum development: "Futures and Education," National Curriculum Study Institutes of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, Disneyland Hotel, Anaheim, Calif.

18-19--Evaluating teachers: "Teacher Performance Evaluation," National Curriculum Study Institutes of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, Anaheim Marriott Hotel, Anaheim, Calif.

18-19--Middle schools: "Developing Effective Middle Schools," National Curriculum Study Institutes of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, Disneyland Hotel, Anaheim, Calif.

18-19--Staff development: "Conducting Effective Staff-Development Programs," workshop, National Staff Development Council, Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, Calif.

18-19--Supervision: "Instructional Supervision," National Curriculum Study Institutes, Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, Anaheim Marriott Hotel, Anaheim, Calif.

18-20--Catholic educators: Conference for elementary-school teachers in Catholic schools and for religious education personnel, sponsored by the Office of Catholic Schools of the Archdiocese of Atlanta, at Christ the King School, Atlanta.

18-20--Financing education: Annual meeting, American Education Finance Association, Bellview Stratford Hotel, Philadelphia.

18-20--Independent schools: "What Makes a Good School?," Independent Schools Association of the Southwest, Exposition Hall, Shreveport, La.

18-20--Reading: Annual statewide conference, Illinois State Reading Council, an affiliate of the International Reading Association, Springfield, Ill.

18-20--Teaching writing: National conference on college composition and communication, National Council of Teachers of English, Hyatt Regency Hotel, San Francisco.

19--Gifted students: Introductory seminar on gifted high-school students sponsored by International Baccalaureate North America, St. Francis Hotel, San Francisco.

19-20--How children learn: Training workshop on Piaget teaching techniques for New England's administrators, teachers, and school psychologists, Park School, Norwalk, Conn.

19-21--Early childhood education: "The Many Facets of Early Childhood Education," conference, to be preceded by a legislative symposium on care and services for California's young children, California Association for the Education of Young Children, Sacramento, Calif.

19-21--Professional development: Annual conference for the Pacific region, National Education Association's instruction and professional development division, Portland, Ore.

19-23--Educational research: Annual meeting, American Educational Research Association, New York City.

19-23--Secondary-school principals: "Quality Education Equals Priority for Progress," annual convention, National Association of Secondary School Principals, Moscone Convention Center, San Francisco.

20--Early childhood education: Annual conference on early childhood education, Salisbury State College, Md.

20-23--Supervision and curriculum development: Annual meeting, Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, Anaheim, Calif.

21-24--Legislative policy: Conference on legislative policy, Council of the Great City Schools, Washington.

22-26--Computers: Workshop on "computer literacy," Mid-South Association of Independent Schools, Randolph School, Huntsville, Ala.

22-26--Industrial arts: International conference, American Industrial Arts Association, Hartford, Conn.

24-26--Independent schools: "Computer Education Conference," conference for elementary- and secondary-school teachers, administrators, and trustees, sponsored by the Mid-South Association of Independent Schools and Randolph School, Huntsville, Ala.

24-26--Mathematics teachers: Regional meeting, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Sioux Falls, N.D.

24-27--Social studies: Northeast regional meeting, National Council for the Social Studies, Sheraton Boston Hotel, Boston.

25--Advanced-placement programs: Seminar for administrators and teachers on organizing advanced-placement programs, co-sponsored by The College Board and Western Kentucky University, at the Garrett Conference Center, Bowling Green, Ky.

25--Principals: Annual business meeting, Kentucky Association of Secondary School Principals, Hyatt Regency Hotel, Lexington, Ky.

25-26--Citizen involvement: "Citizen Participation for School Improvement," invitational, national conference sponsored by the Institute for Responsive Education and other groups, Radisson Hotel, St. Louis.

25-27--Mathematics teachers: Regional conference, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Pocatello, Idaho.

26-28--Professional development: Annual conference for the Midwest region, the National Education Association's instruction and professional development division, Des Moines.

27--Foreign languages: Regional conference on foreign languages for the Shenandoah Valley region, Virginia Department of Education, Blue Ridge Community College, Weyers Cave, Va.

27--Reading: "Literature as a Basic in School English Programs," sponsored by the College of Education, Arizona State University, Tempe, Ariz.

27-28--Independent schools: Conference and business meeting for school heads, Georgia Association of Independent Schools, Epworth By-The-Sea, St. Simons Island, Ga.

27-31--Elementary-school principals: "The Principal: Architect for Achievement," national convention, National Association of Elementary School Principals, Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta.

28-31--Colleges and Schools: Annual meeting, North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, Marriott Hotel, Chicago.

31-Apr.4--Administration: "The Motivating Administrator: Helping, Protecting, Surviving," study institute, National Association of Secondary School Principals, Bermuda.

31-Apr.4--Evaluating teachers: "Evaluation of Teachers: Performance, Improvement, Commitments," study institute, National Association of Secondary School Principals, Bermuda.

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