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Topic: contribution of standards?
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Amos Newcombe

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Re: contribution of standards?
Posted: Jun 24, 1995 2:40 PM
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>I continue to try to puzzle out what contributions the standards are
>making/have made/can make to improved math achievement. Are they necessary
>but not sufficient? If so, what more is needed? Are they unnecessary?

You might also ask to what extent they are actually implemented. The
standards represent such a massive undertaking that it seems unrealistic to
expect anything but a gradual improvement.

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