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April 6-9, 2006

The National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) National Convention will be held in Anaheim, CA. Information is available at http://ecommerce.nsta.org.

April 7-8, 2006

The Ohio Technology Education Association (OTEA) will hold its Spring Conference at Worthington Kilbourne High School in Worthington, OH. For additional information, contact Greg Wilson at aust_gxw@access-k12.org or Mike Miller at KMSMILL1@ WORTHINGTON.K12.0H.US or visit www.otea.info.

April 26-29, 2006

The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) National Convention will take place in St. Louis, MO. The conference theme is "Asking Questions--Generating Solutions." Visit www.nctm.org/meetings for information.

May 4, 2006

Space Day National Celebration in Washington, DC. For details, visit www.spaceday.org.

May 4-6, 2006

The Technology Student Association (TSA) will present the 2006 Robotics Education Symposium at the Georgetown University Conference Center in Washington, DC. This National Science Foundation-funded symposium, "Strengthening STEM Education Through the Use of Standards-Based Assessments for Robotics Competitions," will assemble stakeholders from the fields of higher education, assessment, and robotics. Visit www.tsarobotics.org or e-mail Ihaitz@tsaweb.org for complete information.

May 17-18, 2006

There will be a two-day forum, Assess to Learn, Learn to Assess: Visions for Building a Responsible Educational System, at the Academy for Educational Development in Washington, DC. Sponsored by ITEA as a part of the Alliance for Curriculum Reform (ACR), this conference is a must for those interested in being curriculum leaders. Contact www.acr.uc.edu for information.

May 17-19, 2006

DeVilbiss, Binks & Owens Community College will present a Spray Finishing Technology Workshop in Toledo, OH. Two Continuing Education Units will be awarded for this three-day program. …

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