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Richard Steinberg, City College of New York
In this issue, I am happy to continue the tradition of highlighting Foundations and Frontiers of Physics Education Research conferences in the subsequent issue of this newsletter. This year, FFPER: Puget Sound was held in June in Diablo Washington and was organized by Krishna Chowdary (The Evergreen State College), Andrew Boudreaux (Western Washington University), Amy Robertson (Seattle Pacific University), and Abigail Daane (Seattle Pacific University). The conference is framed beautifully by Tim Stelzer and Andrew Boudreaux in this newsletter and represented well by articles of 3 of the plenary speakers, Michael Loverude, Cassandra Paul, and James Day.
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Disclaimer – The articles and opinion pieces found in this issue of the APS Forum on Education Newsletter are not peer refereed and represent solely the views of the authors and not necessarily the views of the APS.