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Upcoming Educational Conferences....
Jun. 26-28, 2000 National Educational Computing Association
National Educational Computing Conference 2000
Georgia World Conference Center, Atlanta
Registration: (800) 280-6218
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Aug. 8-10, 2000 California Department of Education
School's In! Symposium 2000
Convention Center, Sacramento
Conference Planning Office, (916) 322-9128

Sep. 20- 22, 2000 Society for Applied Learning Technology
Applied Learning Technology Conference: "ASTD TechKnowledge 2000"
Indianapolis, IN
(800) 457-6812
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Sep. 24-26, 2000 Texas Elementary Principals and Supervisors Association
Beginning Administrators Conference
Austin, TX
(512) 478- email:
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Oct. 1-4, 2000 National Dropout Prevention Center/Network
Annual National Conference (12th): "Turning the Tide in the Next Millennium"
Baltimore, MD
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Oct. 3-5, 2000 U.S. Department of Education
Regional Conference on Improving America's Schools
Louisville, KY
(800) 203-5494 email:
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Oct. 5-8, 2000 National Academic Advising Association
National Conference (24th): "Advising in the 21st Century: Tradition, Innovation and Vision"
Orlando, FL
(912)264-7220 email:
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Oct. 5-7, 2000 New England Reading Association
New England Reading Assoc. Annual Conference (52nd)
Portland, ME
(207) 641-2085 email:
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Oct. 5-7, 2000 National Science Teachers Association
National Science Teachers Association Northwestern Area Convention
Boise, ID
(800) 722-6782 email:

Oct. 12-14, 2000 Council for Exceptional Children/Division on Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities
Exceptional Children-Biennial Conference (7th)
Baltimore, MD
(410) 480-9667

Oct. 12-14, 2000 International Reading Association
Plains Regional Conference (27th): "Literacy--Gateway to New Horizons"
St. Louis, MO
(302) 731-1600
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Oct. 12-14, 2000 National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Regional Conference
Philadelphia, PA
(703) 620-9840
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Oct. 12-15, 2000 California Science Teachers Association
CSTA 2000 Annual Conference
Convention Center, Sacramento
(916) 979-7004
Web site:

Oct. 12-15, 2000 Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science Annual Conference
Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science Annual Conference
Atlanta, GA
(831) 459-0170 email:
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Oct. 13-14 Arizona Association for Gifted and Talented
"Raising Arizona: Quality Gifted Education for the New Millennium"
(480) 706-1705
Phoenix, AZ

Oct. 17-19, 2000 California Association of Administrators of State and Federal Education Programs
CAASFEB Fall Conference
Doubletree Hotel, San Diego
(209) 301-7033
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Nov. 2-4, 2000 California Reading Association
CRA Annual Conference
Convention Center, San Jose
(714) 435-1983
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Nov. 9-11, 2000 Association of California School Administrators
ACSA 30th Annual Conference
Westin Century Plaza Hotel & Towers, Los Angeles
(800) 672-3494
Web site:

Nov. 9-11, 2000 Computer-Using Educators
CUE Conference
Convention Center, Sacramento
(510) 814-6630
Web site:

Nov. 30-Dec. 2, 2000 California School Boards Association
CSBA Annual Education Conference
Convention Center, Long Beach
(916) 371-4691
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