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2021 OST SYMPOSIUM

Welcome to the 2021 AFCOST Symposium. This is our 8th Symposium! Below you will find the schedule and registration.

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Janet Moses

Civic Leader
I was born and spent my formative years in the Bronx, a borough of New York City.  I was the beneficiary of a first class education at Hunter College, which cost $24.00/semester and a ten-cents ride on the subway.  I taught middle school in Harlem, NY,  and in 1964 moved to Mississippi to work as a field secretary for the student Non-violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) to register African Americans to vote. My husband Bob and I taught school --Bob, math and me, English. We raised the first three of our four children in rural Tanzania. Upon returning to the states, I completed medical school and  practiced pediatric medicine at MIT. In Cambridge, our family is embedded in a wonderful village of families that, for the last 45 years, has linked arms to form a community in which our four adult children and now our grandchildren have thrived. It is this community which has played an important role in supporting the Young People' s Project and The Algebra Project.