* The International Commission for the Study and Improvement of Mathematics, a bilingual, non-profit making organisation, is holding its 51st annual international conference in Chichester, July 21-26. Details: Terry Cole, Chichester Institute of Higher Education, Bognor Regis Campus, West Sussex PO21 1HR, tel: 01243 816378; e-mail: email@example.com
* The Mathematical Association and Association of Teachers of Mathematics are celebrating the centenary of the Liverpool Mathematical Society and looking forward to the millennium with a joint conference on the theme, Hundreds and Thousands. It will be hosted by the LMS on April 6-9, at Liverpool Hope University College. Sessions include Dyslexic Children and Maths; what can we Learn from Hungarian Maths Classrooms?; How to Make Pupils Brilliant at Algebra; Maths Circle Games. Fee: pound;260, pound;220 members; non-residential and day rates available. Details: ATM, 7 Shaftesbury Street, Derby DE23 8YB, tel: 01332 346599; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org * The sixth Emergent Mathematics conference, "Child Watching: the key to early years assessment problems and possibilities", will take place on May 22 at Baring Court, School of Education, Exeter University. Fee: pound;50. Details: Emergent Mathematics Teachers, 37 Moorview Drive, Teignmouth, South Devon TQ14 9UN, tel: 01626 770176.
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