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Welcome to the 2018 MidSchoolMath National Conference! 

To register for the Conference, or learn more about MidSchoolMath, please visit the MidSchoolMath National Conference website

Session sign-up for registered attendees will open on Tuesday, January 2, 2018. Information about activating your Sched account, selecting your sessions and more is provided in FAQs.  Helpful information about planning your trip to Santa Fe, including airport options and Featured Hotels, can be found in the Location section of the Conference Website. 

Please note this is a draft agenda; session titles and topics may change and new sessions may be added prior to January 2, 2018.    

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Marlene Lovanio

Capitol Region Education Council
Assistant Superintendent for Teaching and Learning
Hartford, CT
Marlene Lovanio has a BS-ED in Mathematics from Central Connecticut State University and a Masters of Liberal Studies in Mathematics from Wesleyan University. She went on to earn her 6th Year in Leadership and Administration from Sacred Heart University. She has served as a high school mathematics teacher for seven years at Edwin O. Smith High School in Storrs, CT where she became the first high school math teacher to earn National Board Certification in Connecticut. In 2001, she became the Supervisor for Math and Technology for Shelton Public Schools overseeing curriculum development, program implementation and professional development for K-12 teachers. From 2004-2009, Mrs. Lovanio was the Secondary Mathematics Consultant for the Connecticut State Department of Education in the Bureau of Curriculum and Instruction. Since this time, she has been back working at the district level in Bristol, Connecticut as the K-12 Supervisor of Mathematics and most recently at the Capitol Region Education Council as Assistant Superintendent where she has been focused on the work of implementing the Common Core State Standards, developing digitally delivered curricula and advancing urban education.