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The role of the AMATYC Statistics ANet is to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas, the sharing of resources and the discussion of issues of interest to the statistics community. In particular:
• To provide professional development and support for the teaching and learning of statistics
• To foster the use of the GAISE guidelines in the first two years of college
• To serve as a liaison with four-year college faculty, other mathematical organizations and professional statistics organizations in order to share resources.

Chair: Rebecca Wong (rkwongedd@gmail.com)
AMATYC Board Liaison:   Kate Kozak (kathryn.kozak@coconino.edu),  AMATYC Past-President

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