Lee Kucera, Ph.D., was the mathematics department chair at Capistrano Valley High School, Mission Viejo, California, where she taught AP Statistics and IB Math Studies. She has taught AP Statistics and served as a reader since the course’s inception in 1996-97. She has been a College Board consultant since 2000, presenting both weekend workshops and summer institutes throughout the United States, Canada, Saipan and Singapore. She has reviewed textbooks and AP review materials for several major AP Statistics publishers and AP Central. She has written curriculum materials for Texas Instruments for use with their graphing calculators. She is a member of the American Statistical Association and has had students enter and win both local and national recognition in their student competitions. Lee collects manipulative puzzles and belongs to an international puzzle organization. She enjoys traveling, spending time at the beach and scuba diving with her daughter, Jennifer, an SMU graduate and AP US History teacher. She is also an active volunteer at the Assistance League in Laguna Beach, California and a T3 Regional Instructor.
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