Teach your students to use SAS to solve problems: SAS workshops for high school teachers

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SAS is offering summer workshops for high school teachers interested in integrating SAS into their high school programs.  Join a growing network of teachers who are providing students with an advantage in their college and career aspirations.

SAS Programming for High School - summer training program for teachers

The summer training program for teachers will be held June 24 -28, 2013 at SAS World headquarters in Cary, NC.  SAS provides five days of training, certificate of completion, all instructional materials, assessments, and software necessary to successfully teach the SAS Programming for High School course.

Course description: This course teaches students basic SAS programming concepts and tasks, including accessing and manipulating data; producing basic list, summary, and statistical reports; creating SAS data sets; combining SAS data sets; creating basic graphs; and querying data using the SQL procedure.

Join us this summer and start teaching SAS programming to your students.  Applications are now being accepted. Visit the program website to learn more and to apply.

SAS AP Statistics Summer Institute

The SAS AP Stat Summer Institute will be held August 5-7, 2013 at SAS World headquarters in Cary, North Carolina. This program will introduce high school statistics teachers to the basic tools, tips and resources for using data analysis software in the AP Stat course.

At the Summer Institute, participants will complete the AP Statistics Using SAS Enterprise Guide training course and will learn how to integrate these materials into the AP Stat course. SAS Enterprise Guide is a point-and-click, menu- and wizard-driven interface to SAS software.

Join us this summer and start using SAS as part of your AP Stat course. Visit the program website to learn more and to apply.

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Julie Petlick

SAS Student Programs Manager

Julie Petlick works in the SAS Education Division as part of the Global Academic Program team. Julie is responsible for the SAS Student Program and is dedicated to supporting teaching and learning.

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