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Topic: Math in Japan
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DEBBIEB@usca.usca.sc.edu

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Re: Math in Japan
Posted: Nov 23, 1996 6:04 PM
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Re: Ed Dickey
Interesting

When discussing the TIMSS report with my undergraduates in
math methods, one large part of the discussion was what the
students believe is not consistent in the comparisons of
Americans with others--the selective groups attending schools
in other countries and the lack of disciplinary problems.

What do you think?
debbie

Deborah Bass, Ph.D.
School of Education, Box 28
University of South Carolina Aiken
171 University Parkway
Aiken, South Carolina 29801
debbieb@aiken.sc.edu
voice (803) 641-3202 fax (803) 641-3698





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