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News & Views - Jun, 1996 Issue #40 

NOV. 12th-14th, 1996 Conference On 
Self - Destructive Adolescents

Hosted by: JOHN DEWEY ACADEMY, Great Barrington, Mass.
Carol Maxym & Dr. Anne Beckwith Blake
413-528-9800 (FAX 413-528-5662) 

The John Dewey Academy on November 12th-14th will host a conference regarding self-destructive adolescents who require residential treatment. It is hoped that special purpose schools and wilderness programs will participate. This conference will be held before the 20th Anniversary IECA meeting in Boston. Representatives from the special purpose schools, wilderness programs, transport personnel, the small Boarding Schools Association, prep schools, and members of IECA are invited. There will be panel discussions and an opportunity to network with all those who present and participate. 

Registration by July 15th will be $75; September 15th $100; and by November 1st $150. The conference fee will cover registration, one dinner and two lunches. We will send a list of bed and breakfast accommodations upon receipt of confirmation. Since accommodations are limited, registrants are urged to make arrangements early or else be prepared to travel significant distances. We are a little more than an hour's drive from airports in Albany, NY and Hartford, CT. We are a three hours drive from Logan Airport in Boston. 

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