There is not yet a UCSMP web page. We have been working on it for some time, but because of other priorities and because of changes in staff, we are behind schedule. I doubt if we will put full evaluation reports on it. It will have more general information and people will have to contact us for the reports. There are summaries of the reports in the teachers' editions of the secondary texts.
I think ScottForesman has a home page, but I don't know how developed it is. I haven't checked or asked them about it lately. You could call them to find out. Their number is 800-554-4411.
UCSMP does have an e-mail forum. You could post a message and ask other users about their results. We know that many users have done testing on their own. To subscribe to the forum and receive all messages, e-mail email@example.com and type the word subscribe in the body (not the subject line) of your message. To participate in the forum once you are a subscriber, send messages to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will publicize the web page in our project description and newsletters when it is up and working. If you are on our mailing list you will receive these. If you are not on our mailing list, but would like to be please e-mail us at our UCSMP address which is email@example.com; call us at 312-702-1130; or write to me (Carol Siegel) at University of Chicago, 5835 S. Kimbark Avenue, Chicago, IL 60637.
>Carol, > >Sorry to bother just a short request >Could you help me find some info on the web regarding UCSMP's >effectiveness? We as a math dept are having difficulty convincing our >parents that this is a good program. We have used the texts for about >4 years. > >I couldn't even find a scott foresman home page, much less a UCSMP >page. Is that on purpose? > >BTW I came across your name in the NCTM listserve. > >Stephen Larson >Math teacher >Princeton High School >Princeton, MN