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Contact the FAST Track office in your area, or reach them on the web at:   http://www.fasttrackproject.org

Durham Fast Track
John Coie, John Lochman
Duke University
Durham, NC 27706
(919) 286-2008
Seattle Fast Track
Robert McMahon
The University of Washington
146 N. Canal Street, Suite 111
Seattle, WA 98103
(206) 685-3908
Pennsylvania Fast Track
Karen Bierman, Mark Greenberg
Pennsylvania State University
Sally Building 2053
Cato Avenue
University Park, PA 16801
(814) 231-8761

Also see The PATHS Curriculum
for more information.

Nashville Fast Track
Kenneth Dodge, Ellen Pinderhughes
John F. Kennedy Center
Box 88 Peabody College
Vanderbilt University
Nashville, TN 37203
(615) 343-8854

The Fast Track Project is a program in which parents and teachers work together to learn how to help children do well in school. Fast Track staff interview parents, teachers, and children every year in order to learn about children's progress in schools. Families can help schools do a better job of educating children if they tell schools what is important for children. Schools can help families by supporting parents. If families and schools work together, we can help children get on the right track early to become successful.

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