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How about something on the lines of:

"Teach them how to do it right."

or

"The Higher Language for Higher Education."

or

"Higher Education, not just Hire Education."

-- Dave


Michael Feldman wrote:
>
> Tuck et al,
>
> Well, we're interested in a slogan for the buttons we distribute,
> which I will also start using on the education website. We could
> use the proposed slogan discussed at SIGAda '98,
>
> "Ada: Real Time, On Time"
>
> It's nice, but it doesn;t convey "education". What's next after
>
> 1997: Ada: It Works in CS Education  [as opposed to C++...]
> 1998: Ada: CS Education for the Long Haul [as opposed to fads...]
>
> See the website for how this is used there:
>
> http://www.acm.org/sigada/education
>
> Also, you can see the SIGCSE conference buttons at
>
> http://www.seas.gwu.edu/faculty/mfeldman/ada-buttons
>
> Any ideas?
>
> Mike
>
> >
> > > Any teamer suggestions for the 99 conference? Remember, this is a
> > > a CS _education_ conference.
> >
> > It might be nice to have a focus related to the proposed
> > SIGAda '99 focus, e.g. Ada is great for teaching real-time and
> > distributed computing principles.
> >
> > > Mike
> >
> > -Tuck
> >

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