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> United States Department of Education presents:
> Squashing the Millennium Bug: Contingency Planning & System Testing in
> K-12 Schools.
> A live interactive teleconference about what schools need to know to be
> ready for the Year 2000.
> Thursday, September 30th 12:00-1:30 PM (ET)
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>
> Please Note: The technical assistance number for the day of the program is
> (202) 408-3426
>
> This live telecast will present information on how K-12 schools can make
> sure their systems are ready for the new year.
>
> Moderator Nancy Mathis will lead a discussion with state and local experts
> including:
>
>       Dale Alexander, Director of Albuquerque, New Mexico, Public Schools
> Information Technology Services Department
>
>       Gerald Butler, Technical Support Manager of the Networking Services
> Department of Clark County, Nevada, School District
>
>       Vickie Frederick, Director of Systems Software and Security
> Administration for Los Angeles Unified School District in California
>
>       John Bailey, Director of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's Office
> of Educational Technology
>
>       Denise Jackson, Network Technology Coordinator at Hutto Independent
> School District in Hutto, Texas
>
>       David Dexter, Deputy Director of the U.S. Department of Education's
> Year 2000 Project Management Team
>
>       And live via satellite, Victor Diorio, Director, Year 2000
> Conversion, Miami-Dade Public Schools, Miami, Florida
>
> This interactive Teleconference encourages your participation.
>
>       Before the program, fax your questions to (202) 205-0676 (by
> September 27 at noon).
>
>       During the program, call the experts by contacting the 1-800 number
> displayed during the broadcast.
>
>       Or e-mail your questions to: [log in to unmask]
>
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> Satellite Coordinates
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>
> Satellite coordinates are subject to change.  It is critical that each
> downlink site register, in order to be notified (by e-mail or fax) in case
> of changes in satellite coordinates or any other critical information
> regarding the event.
>
> C-band: Galaxy 6; Transponder/Channel 5; Orbital Location: 99 degrees
> West; Downlink Frequency 3800 MHz; Horizontal polarity; Audio: 6.2 and
> 6.8.
> KU-Band: SBS-6; Transponder/Channel 9; Orbital Location: 74 degrees West;
> Downlink Frequency 11921 MHz; Horizontal polarity; Audio: 6.2 and 6.8.
>
>
> *****************
> REGISTRATION
> *****************
> Register your participation by visiting our new online registration system
> at www.ed.gov/registerevent by calling 1-800-USA-LEARN.
>
> Thank you!
>
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> David Clark
> U.S. Department of Education
> (202) 401-0936
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