Pario-Lee Law earned her B.S. in Mathematics from Averett University and her M.A. in Mathematics Education/Curriculum & Instruction from Virginia Tech University. She has taught high school mathematics for 19 years in Virginia and was named the Outstanding Secondary Mathematics Teacher for the National Science Foundation in 1997. For the past 18 years, she has been teaching at D'Evelyn Jr. Sr. High School in Denver, Colorado. Her teaching experience includes 29 years teaching AP Calculus AB, 10 years teaching AP Statistics, and other courses beginning with Algebra 1 though Pre-Calculus/Trigonometry. Pario-Lee's Advanced Placement Reading experience includes serving as a Reader for 6 years, a Table Leader for 6 years, and a Question Leader since 2010. Pario-Lee also serves a College Board Consultant, presenting 1-day and 1-week workshops for high school teachers (primarily in the Western Region) for the past 17 years. Pario-Lee is one of the Davidson NEXT Instructors featured in the Calculus Instructional Videos on AP Central (Calculus Pages) available to high school teachers and students. Currently, Pario-Lee lives in Jacksonville, FL and will be teaching part-time at Jacksonville University beginning Spring 2017.