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May

May 8—Middle schools: Language Arts, sponsored by the New England League of Middle Schools, for educators, in Topsfield, Mass. Contact: Jean Blanchard, NELMS, 460 Boston St., Suite 4, Topsfield, MA 01983-1223; (978) 887-6263; fax: (978) 887-6504; e-mail: bjblanch@nelms.org; Web site: www.nelms.org.

8—Professional development: Getting Beyond Disruption, Hostility, and Excuses, sponsored by Phi Delta Kappa International, for educators, in Milwaukee. Contact: PDKI, PO Box 789, Bloomington, IN 47402-0789; (812) 339-1156 or (800) 766-1156; fax: (812) 339-0018; e-mail: cpds@pdkintl.org; Web site: www.pdkintl.org.

8-10—Student behavior: The Well-Managed Classroom, three-day workshop, sponsored by Boys Town, for teachers and support staff, in Boys Town, Neb. Contact: National Resource and Training Center Support Services, Box 145, Boys Town, NE 68010; (800) 545-5771, ext. 65; Web site: www.ffbh.boystown.org.

9—College fair: National College Fair, sponsored by the National Association for College Admission Counseling, for secondary school students, at the Hawaii Convention Center in Honolulu. Contact: NACAC, 1631 Prince St., Alexandria, VA 22314; (703) 836-2222; fax: (703) 836-8015; Web site: www.nacac.com.

9—Middle schools: World Languages, sponsored by the New England League of Middle Schools, for educators, in Topsfield, Mass. Contact: Jean Blanchard, NELMS, 460 Boston St., Suite 4, Topsfield, MA 01983-1223; (978) 887-6263; fax: (978) 887-6504; e-mail: bjblanch@nelms.org; Web site: www.nelms.org.

9—Professional development: Getting Beyond Disruption, Hostility, and Excuses, sponsored by Phi Delta Kappa International, for educators, in Des Moines, Iowa. Contact: PDKI, PO Box 789, Bloomington, IN, 47402-0789; (812) 339-1156 or (800) 766-1156; fax: (812) 339-0018; e-mail: cpdspdkintl.org; Web site: www.pdkintl.org.

10—Math: How to Teach a Heterogeneous Math Class, sponsored by the New England League of Middle Schools, for educators, in Topsfield, Mass. Contact: Jean Blanchard, NELMS, 460 Boston St., Suite 4, Topsfield, MA 01983-1223; (978) 887-6263; fax: (978) 887-6504; e-mail: bjblanch@nelms.org; Web site: www.nelms.org.

10—Professional development: Getting Beyond Disruption, Hostility, and Excuses, sponsored by Phi Delta Kappa International, for educators, in Topeka, Kan. Contact: PDKI, PO Box 789, Bloomington, IN, 47402-0789; (812) 339-1156 or (800) 766-1156; fax: (812) 339-0018; e-mail: cpds@pdkintl.org; Web site: www.pdkintl.org.

11—Science: Activate Your Science Program, sponsored by the New England League of Middle Schools, for educators, in Topsfield, Mass. Contact: Jean Blanchard, NELMS, 460 Boston St., Suite 4, Topsfield, MA 01983-1223; (978) 887-6263; fax: (978) 887-6504; e-mail: bjblanch@nelms.org; Web site: www.nelms.org.

11-13—Brain research: "Brain Connection to Education" conference, sponsored by BrainConnection.com, for educators, at the San Francisco Hilton in San Francisco. Contact: Kyle Nichols; (888) 452-7323; e-mail: knichols@scilearn.com; Web site: www.brainconnection.com/confere nce.

12-13—International education: European Assembly, sponsored by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education, for educators, at the Leeuwenhorst Congress Centrum in Noordwjkerhout, Netherlands. Contact: CASE, 1307 New York Ave. N.W., Suite 1000, Washington, DC 20005-4701; (202) 328-5900; fax: (202) 387-4973; e-mail: conference@case.org; Web site: www.case.org.

16—School design: Annual New England School Facilities Conference: Cutting Edge Ideas for School Design, sponsored by the New England School Development Council, for superintendents, school business officials, school board members, building committee members, and design professionals, at the Sturbridge Host Hotel in Sturbridge, Mass. Registration deadline: May 2. Contact: Judith Houle, Coordinator of Professional Development, NESDC, 28 Lord Road, Marlborough, MA 01752; (508) 481-9444; fax: (508) 481-5655; e-mail: jchoule@nesdec.org; Web site: www.nesdec.org.

16-18—School reform: The Adaptive School: Developing and Facilitating Collaborative Groups, sponsored by the Northeast Regional Professional Development Center, for teachers, administrators, curriculum directors, and other interested educators, at Cleveland State University in Cleveland. Contact: Barbara Jenkins, NRPDC, Route 901, CSU, 1860 E. 22nd St., Cleveland, OH 44114-4435; (216) 523-7107; fax: (216) 687-5422; e-mail: nrpdc@csuohio.edu or jenkins@popmail.csuohio.edu.

16-19—Early childhood: The World Forum on Early Care and Education, sponsored by the Childcare Information Exchange, for educators, at the Shangri-La Hotel in Singapore. Contact: CIE, PO Box 3249, Redmond, WA 98073; (425) 883-9394; fax: (425) 867-5217; e-mail: ccie@ccie.com; Web site: www.ccie.com.

18—Aesthetic realism: The Aesthetic Realism Teaching Method Shows Students Every Fact Has Meaning—& They Learn! Seminar, sponsored by the Aesthetic Realism Foundation, for teachers, administrators, and school-based personnel, at the ARF in New York City. Contact: Lois Mason, ARF, 141 Greene St., New York, NY 10012; (212) 777-4490; fax: (212) 777-4426; Web site: www.AestheticRealism.org.

18-20—Multicultural education: Regional conference, sponsored by the National Association for Multicultural Edcuation, for educators in Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska, at the Emabassy Suites Old Market in Omaha, Neb. Contact: Kim Kreicker, Regional Director, NAME Region VII, PO Box 1183, Lawrence, KS 66044; (785) 838-4206; e-mail: nameregion7@usa.net.

22-23—Staff development: The Mechanics of Delivering Content, Pedagogy, and Equity in Staff Development, sponsored by the College Board, for administrators, in Washington. Contact: Marlene Guy, CB, 1233 20th St. NW, Washington, DC 20036-2304; (202) 822-5930, ext. 120; fax: (202) 822-5939; e-mail: mguy@collegeboard.org.

22-24—Fund raising: Fund Raising for the Largest Gifts: From Inspiring the Commitment Receiving the Gift, sponsored by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education, for educators and administrators, at the Westin Marion in Charleston, S.C. Contact: CASE; 1307 New York Ave. N.W., Suite 1000, Washington, DC 20005-4701; (202) 328-5900; fax: (202) 387-4973; e-mail: conference@case.org; Web site: www.case.org.

23-24—Alumni relations: Alumni Cultivation Strategies: Homecomings and Reunions, sponsored by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education, for educators, at the Royal Sonesta in Cambridge, Mass. Contact: CASE; 1307 New York Ave. N.W., Suite 1000, Washington, DC 20005-4701; (202) 328-5900; fax: (202) 387-4973; e-mail: conference@case.org; Web site: www.case.org.

24-26—Diversity: Healing the Heart of Diversity, sponsored by the Fetzer Institute, for K-12 and higher education administrators and educators, business leaders, and others interested in diversity, in Santa Cruz, Calif. Contact: Patricia Moore Harbour, Director, HTHD, 712 Staunton Ave. NE, Roanoke, VA 24016; (540) 343-5192; fax: (540) 721-4211; e-mail: hthd@mindspring.com.

24-26—Higher education: Annual Meeting of Donor Relations Officers: Managing and Improving Your Program, sponsored by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education, for donor-relations officers, at the Westin Marion in Charleston, S.C. Contact: CASE, 1307 New York Ave. N.W., Suite 1000, Washington, DC 20005-4701; (202) 328-5900; fax: (202) 387-4973; e-mail: conference@case.org; Web site: www.case.org.

24-26—Marketing: Institute for Integrated Marketing, sponsored by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education, for educators, at the Harbour Castle Hotel in Toronto. Contact: CASE, 1307 New York Ave. N.W., Suite 1000, Washington, DC 20005-4701; (202) 328-5900; fax: (202) 387-4973; e-mail: conference@case.org; Web site: www.case.org.

24-26—Teacher compensation: Teacher Compensation Design Seminar, sponsored by the Consortium for Policy Research in Education and the Center for Advanced Studies in Business Inc., for teams of school administrators and educators, at the Fluno Center in Madison, Wis. Contact: Lisa Armstrong, CPRE/CASB, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1025 W. Johnson St., Madison, WI 53706; (608) 263-4260; fax: (608) 263-6448; e-mail: llarms1@facstaff.wisc.edu; Web site: www.wcer.wisc.edu/cpre.

24-27—Education business: The World Education Market, sponsored by the Reed Midem Organization, for educators, government agencies, and private companies, at the Vancouver Convention Center in Vancouver, British Columbia. Contact: Amy Dresser, RMO, 125 Park Ave., 24th Floor, New York, NY 10017; (212) 370-7470; fax: (213) 370-7471; Web site: www.wemex.com.

25-26—Alumni relations: Alumni Cultivation Strategies: Volunteer and Board Management, sponsored by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education, for educators, at the Royal Sonesta in Cambridge, Mass. Contact: CASE, 1307 New York Ave. N.W., Suite 1000, Washington, DC 20005-4701; (202) 328-5900; fax: (202) 387-4973; e-mail: conference@case.org; Web site: www.case.org.

June

*1-28—Dyslexia: Slingerland Approach to Multisensory Instruction for Dyslexic Children, sponsored by the Slingerland Institute, for educators, at the Turning Point School in Tucson, Ariz. Contact: Annette Calvagna, SI, 1 Bellevue SIC.gc Center, 411 108th Ave. N.E., Bellevue, WA 98004; (425) 453-1190; fax: (425) 635-7762; e-mail: slinginst@aol.com; Web site: www.slingerland.org.

2-5—Theater: Conference 2000, sponsored by the American Alliance for Theatre & Education, for theater educators, teachers, theater professionals, university professors, and graduate-level theater students, at Gallaudet University in Washington. Contact: AATE, Department of Theater, Arizona State University, Box 872002, Tempe, AZ 85287-2002; (480) 965-6064; fax: (480) 965-5351.

5-6—Professional development: Annual Legislative Conference, sponsored by the College Board, for high school counselors, superintendents, principals, teachers, two- and four-year higher education admissions officers, financial-aid advisers, faculty, and state policymakers, at the Capitol Hill Hyatt Regency in Washington. Contact: Irene Spero or Rob Caruano, CB, 1233 20th St. NW, Suite 600, Washington, DC 20036; (202) 822-5900; fax: (202) 822-5920; e-mail: ispero@collegeboard.org or rcaruano@collegeboard.org.

8-11—Literacy: Literacy Connections, sponsored by the Laubach Literacy Action, for educators and students, at the Hyatt in Orlando, Fla. Contact: Janet Hiemstra, Director of Conferences, LLA, 1320 Jamesville Ave., Syracuse, NY 13210; (315) 422-9121, ext. 283; fax: (315) 422-6369; e-mail: jhiemstra@laubach.org; Web site: www.laubach.org.

8-12—College admissions: Admission Middle Management Institute, sponsored by the National Association for College Admission Counseling, for nondirectors with at least three years of experience, in San Diego. Contact: Cologne Hunter, NACAC, 1631 Prince St., Alexandria, VA 22314; (703) 836-2222; fax: (703) 836-8015; Web site: www.nacac.com.

11-14—Teacher education: Annual conference, sponsored by the National Association of State Directors of Teacher Education and Certification, for teacher educators, at the Portland Marriott at Sable Oaks in Portland, Maine. Contact: Roy Einreinhofer, Executive Director, NASDTEC, PO Box 256, Bedford, MA 01730-0256; (781) 275-8839; fax: (781) 271-1573; e-mail: rje@bu.edu; Web site: www.nasdtec.org.

12-14—School safety: Creating Safe Environments and Safe Schools, national conference, sponsored by the National Resource and Training Center at Boys Town, for educators, counselors, and youth-care professionals, in Boys Town, Neb. Contact: NRTC Support Services, Box 145, Boys Town, NE 68010 (800) 545-5771, ext. 65; Web site: www.ffbh.boystown.org.

12-16—Special education: Specialized Classroom Management, five-day workshop, sponsored by Boys Town, for teachers, paraprofessionals, and support staff, in Boys Town, Neb. Contact: National Resource and Training Center Support Services, Box 145, Boys Town, NE 68010; (800) 545-5771, ext. 65; Web site: www.ffbh.boystown.org.

13-15—Planned giving: Introduction to Planned Giving, sponsored by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education, for educators and administrators, at the Marriott in Providence, R.I. Contact: CASE, 1307 New York Ave. NW, Suite 1000, Washington, DC 20005-4701; (202) 328-5900; fax: (202) 387-4973; e-mail: conference@case.org; Web site: www.case.org.

15-16—Planned giving: Marketing and Soliciting Planned Gifts, sponsored by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education, for educators and administrators, at the Marriott in Providence, R.I. Contact: CASE, 1307 New York Avenue N.W., Suite 1000, Washington, DC 20005-4701; (202) 328-5900; fax: (202) 387-4973; e-mail: conference@case.org; Web site: www.case.org.

19-21—Curriculum management: Curriculum Management Audit Writing Training, sponsored by Phi Delta Kappa International, for educators, in Bloomington, Ind. Contact: PDKI, PO Box 789, Bloomington, IN, 47402-0789; (812) 339-1156 or (800) 766-1156; fax: (812) 339-0018; e-mail: cpds@pdkintl.org; Web site: www.pdkintl.org.

19-21—Discipline: Administrative Intervention, three-day workshop, sponsored by Boys Town, for principals, building administrators, counselors, social workers, and team leaders, in Boys Town, Neb. Contact: National Resource and Training Center Support Services, Box 145, Boys Town, NE 68010; (800) 545-5771, ext. 65; Web site: www.ffbh.boystown.org.

19-21—Special education: Institute on Legal and Educational Issues: Educating Children With Disabilities, sponsored by Marathon County Special Education and the Wisconsin Council of Administrators of Special Services, for regular and special education teachers, support-staff members, and administrators, at the Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center in Madison, Wis. Contact: MCSE, 1200 Lakeview Drive, Wausau, WI 54403; (715)848-5440; e-mail adamscm@hotmail.com.

19-23—Audit writing: Curriculum Management Audit Writing Training, sponsored by Phi Delta Kappa International, for educators, in Bloomington, Ind. Contact: PDKI, PO Box 789, Bloomington, IN, 47402-0789; (812) 339-1156 or (800) 766-1156; fax: (812) 339-0018; e-mail: cpds@pdkintl.org; Web site: www.pdkintl.org.

21-23—Student behavior: The Well-Managed Classroom, three-day workshop, sponsored by Boys Town, for teachers and support staff, in Boys Town, Neb. Contact: National Resource and Training Center Support Services, Box 145, Boys Town, NE 68010; (800) 545-5771, ext. 65; Web site: www.ffbh.boystown.org.

21-26—Peer mediation: Peer Helping in the New Millennium, sponsored by the National Peer Helpers Association, for students and educators, at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Boston. Contact: NPHA, PO Box 2684, Greenville, NC 27836-0684; (252) 522-3959; fax: (252) 522-3959; e-mail: nphaorg@aol.com; Web site: www.peerhelping.org.

22-23—Middle school: "You Gotta Reach 'Em if You Want to Teach 'Em: Knowing Kids in the Middle," sponsored by the Association of Illinois Middle Level Schools, for educators, at North Park University in Chicago. Contact: Debby Kasak, AIMS, PO Box 11076, Champaign, IL 61826-1076; (877) 871-0449; fax: (217) 333-2440; e-mail: kasak@uiuc.edu; Web site: http://www.cprd.uiuc.edu/aims/in dex.html

24-25—Student leadership: World Wide Web of Leadership, sponsored by the National Association of Student Councils and the National Association of Secondary School Principals, for student council members and advisers, at the Monta Vista High School in San Jose, Calif. Contact: Donna Clark, NASSP, 1904 Association Drive, Reston, VA 20191; (703) 860-7336; fax: (703) 476-5432; e-mail: clarkd@nassp.org.

24-27—Parents and teachers: National PTA's Annual Convention, sponsored by the NPTA, for parents and educators, in Chicago. Contact: NPTA, Meetings Department, 330 N. Wabash, Suite 2100, Chicago, IL 60611; (312) 670-6782; fax: (312) 670-6783; e-mail: info@pta.org; Web site: www.pta.org.

24-27—Student achievement: Student Achievement Seminar, sponsored by the National School Boards Association, for school board members, superintendents, and other school leaders, at Northwestern University in Evanston, Ill. Contact: Hilary LaMonte, NSBA, Education Programs Director, 1680 Duke St., Alexandria, VA, 22314; (703) 838-6153; (703) 683-7590; e-mail: hlamonte@nsba.org; Web site: www.nsba.org.

24-28—Technology: Curriculum, Instruction, Technology, and You 2000, sponsored the Secondary Schools Department of the National Catholic Educational Association, for educators, at Neumann College in Aston, Pa. Contact: Sister Mary Frances Taymans, Associate Executive Director, SSD of the NCEA, 1077 30th St. N.W., Suite 100, Washington, DC 20007-3852; (202) 337-6232; fax: (202) 333-6706; e-mail: nceasec@ncea.org.

24-July 21—Professional development: Kellogg Institute for the Training and Certification of Developmental Educators, sponsored by the National Center for Developmental Education, for developmental educators and learning-assistance professionals, at Appalachian State University in Boone, N.C. Contact: NCDE, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC 28608; (828) 262-3057; fax: (828) 262-2128; Web site: www.ced.appstate.edu/ncde.

25-27—Professional development: Advancement Forum for CEOs and CAOs at Community Colleges, sponsored by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education, for educators, at the Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles. Contact: CASE, 1307 New York Ave. N.W., Suite 1000, Washington, DC 20005-4701; (202) 328-5900; fax: (202) 387-4973; e-mail: conference@case.org; Web site: www.case.org.

25-28—Assessment: 30th Annual National Conference on Large-Scale Assessment, sponsored by the Council of Chief State School Officers, for educators and federal, state, and local staff members interested in assessment, at the Snowbird Resort in Snowbird, Utah. Contact: Julia MacMillian, Conference Director, CCSSO, 1 Massachusetts Ave. N.W., Suite 700, Washington, DC 20001-1431; (202) 336-7053; fax: (202) 789-1792; e-mail: juliam@ccsso.org.

25-30—College admissions: Summer Institute, sponsored by the College Board and Harvard University, for guidance counselors and college admissions staff, at Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass. Contact: James Colman, CB, New England Regional Office, 470 Totten Pond Road, Waltham, MA 02451-1982; (781) 890-9150; fax: (781) 890-0693; e-mail: jcolman@collegeboard.org.

25-30—Humanities: Interdisciplinary Investigations of Local and Global Migration, sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities, for high school and college/university educators, and museum educators, at Millersville University in Millersville, Pa. Contact: Tracey Weis, New Media Classroom Regional Leader, Millersville University, History Department, PO Box 1002, Millersville, PA 17551-0302; (717) 871-2025; fax: (717) 871-2485; e-mail: Tracey.Weis@millersv.edu; Web site: www.millersv.edu/tweis/1999.html< /a>.

25-July 2—French: French Teaching Methodology and Quebec Culture Program, sponsored by Linguahostel and the Université de Montréal, for current and future teachers of French, on the campuses of Université de Montréal in Montreal and Quebec. Contact: Elizabeth White, Linguahostel, 14 Edgewater Estates, Plattsburgh, N.Y. 12091; (518) 561-009; fax: (518) 561-2166; e-mail: lhostel@together.net; Web site: www.homepages.together.net/

*26-28—International education: International Education Summit for a Democratic Society, sponsored by the Whole Schooling Umbrella, the Whole Language Consortuim, and the Rogue Forum, for educators, at Wayne State University in Detroit. Contact: Lynn Pennacchini, 260 Teacher Education, College of Education, WSU, Detroit, MI 48216; (313) 577-6376; fax: (313) 577-4091; e-mail: lynnlynn2000@yahoo.com.

*26-30—Professional development: Primarily Teaching: Original Documents and Classroom Stategies, sponsored by the National Archives and Records Administration, for educators, at the National Archives building in College Park, Md. Contact: Education Staff, National Archives, Washington, DC 20408; e-mail: education@arch1.nara.gov: Web site: www.nara.gove/education.

27-29—Study skills: Hm Study Skills Seminar for Leaders, sponsored by hm Study Skills, the National Association of Secondary School Principals, and the National Association of Elementary School Principals, for teachers and administrators in grades 1-12, in Boston. Registration deadline: 10 working days before event. Contact: Esther Davenport, PO Box 95010, Newton, MA 02495; (617) 965-0048; fax: (617) 965-0056, e-mail: edaven1010@aol.com.

28-July 1—Health: 32nd Annual Conference, sponsored by the National Association of School Nurses, for educators, in Milwaukee. Contact: NASN, PO Box 1300, Scarborough, ME 04070-1300; (207) 883-2117; (207) 883-2683; e-mail: NASNaol.com.

26-July 2—Professional development: 8th International Integration of Academic and Technical Education Conference, sponsored by Connecting Classrooms, Communities, and Careers, for educators, at the Hyatt Regency Beaver Creek Resort and Spa in Beaver Creek, Colo. Contact: Debi Plank, Integration Conference, 8235 S. Old Hammer Lane, Aurora, CO 80016; (303) 690-9722: fax: (303) 766-1793; e-mail: djplank@schooltocareers.com; Web site: www.schooltocareers.com.

July

9-11—Holocaust: Arthur and Rochelle Belfer National Conference for Educators, sponsored by the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, for middle and high school teachers, at the museum in Washington. Contact: Sylvia Kay, USHMM, 100 Raoul Wallenberg Place S.W., Washington, DC 20024-2126; (202) 488-2639; fax: (202) 488-2696; e-mail: skay@ushmm.org.

u9-12—Professional development: Annual conference, sponsored by the National School Public Relations Association, for educators, at the Hilton Palacio del Rio in San Antonio. Contact: NSPRA: 15748 Derwood Road, Rockville, MD 20855; (301) 519-0496; fax: (301) 519-0496; Web site: www.nspra.org.

9-12—Professional development: Annual Meeting, sponsored by the Education Commission of the States, for educators and policymakers, at the Hilton in Minneapolis. Contact: Dara Dawes, ECS, 707 17th St., Suite 2700, Denver, CO 80202-3427; (303) 299-3621; fax: (303) 296-8332; e-mail: ddawes@ecs.org.

9-12—Rural schools: Annual Convention, sponsored by the American Association of School Administrators, for administrators, at the Killington Grand Resort Hotel & Conference Center in Killington, Vt. Contact: AASA, 1801 North Moore St., Arlington, Va. 22209-1813; (703) 528-0700; fax: (703) 841-1543; e-mail: mhunt@aasa.org; Web site: www.aasa.org.

9-13—College admissions: The 26th Annual Summer Institute on College Admissions, sponsored by the College Board, for secondary school counselors and two-year and four-year college admissions professionals, at the University of Central Florida in Orlando, Fla. Contact: M.H. Allen, the College Board, Highpoint Center, 106 East College Ave., Suite 900, Tallahassee, FL 32301-7732; (850) 222-7999; fax: (850) 224-3077; e-mail: flo@collegeboard.org; Web site: www.collegeboard.org.

*9-13—Diversity: Collaborating for Success: Effective Practices To Support Diverse Learners, sponsored by Sopris West and the Colorado Department of Education, for educators, at the Beaver Run Resort and Conference Center in Breckenridge, Colo. Contact: SW, 4093 Specialty Place, Longmont, CO 80504; (800) 547-6747; fax: (303) 776-5934; Web site: www.sopriswest.com.

9-13—Humanities: New Technologies in Humanities Classrooms: Literacy for the 21st Century, sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities, for high school and college/university educators, at Washington State University in Pullman, Wash. Contact: Susan Kilgore, New Media Classroom Regional Leader, WSU, General Education Program, Admin. Annex 301B, Pullman, WA 99164-4133; (509) 335-1339; fax: (509) 335-7003; e-mail: skilgore@wsu.edu; Web site: www.educ.wsu.edu/enviroed/NewM edia/.

9-21—Gifted education: Confratute 2000 Summer Experience, sponsored by Confratute 2000, for educators and advocates interested in enrichment teaching and learning, talent development, and gifted education, at the University of Connecticut in Storrs. Contact: Sally M. Reis, Confratute 2000, UC, 362 Fairfield Road, U-7, Storrs, CT 06269-2007; (860) 486-4826; Web site: www.gifted.uconn.edu.

10-12—Student behavior: The Well-Managed Classroom, three-day workshop, sponsored by Boys Town, for teachers and support staff, in Boys Town, Neb. Contact: National Resource and Training Center Support Services, Box 145, Boys Town, NE 68010; (800) 545-5771, ext. 65; Web site: www.ffbh.boystown.org.

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