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|"Curated education information" about mathematics curriculum. Posts reproduced from newspapers and other sources, which date back to April, 2004, have included "Math Teachers Speak Up"; "The Last Time You Used Algebra Was ..."; "Askey on Elementary Math Curriculum: 'Good Intentions Are Not Enough'"; "Math Curriculum: Textbook Photos"; "Baltimore Schools Offer Algebra to Parents"; "'America's Math Education System is Broken'"; "Living in a Post-National Math Panel World"; "Eighth Grade Vocabulary List: 1978"; "Elite Korean Schools, Forging Ivy League Skills"; "Baltimore Schools Offer Algebra to Parents"; "California: Education Data Tells a Sorry Story"; "No Common Denominator: The Preparation of Elementary Teachers in Mathematics by America's Education Schools, June 2008"; "California's algebra fracas symbolizes bigger mess"; "Who's better at math? Subtract gender"; "SAT Comparison: Wisconsin, Minnesota, Illinois, Michigan and Iowa"; "School District Steps Back from Controversial Math Curriculum"; "India's Cram-School Confidential: Two Years, One Test, 40,000 Students"; "Janet Mertz Study: Math Skills Suffer in US, Study Finds"; "Doggie Biscuit for Kohn: Author rips testing, other sacred classroom concepts"; "The National Standards Delusion"; "Education Reform and Civil Rights"; "Bill Gates Enrolls His Child in Khan Academy"; "Private school finds answers in Singapore method"; "8th Grade 1895 Test from Salina, Kansas"; "The Educationist View of Math Education"; "California's Math Pipeline: The Grade 7 Pivot Point"; "No Common Denominator: The Preparation of Elementary Teachers in Mathematics by America's Education Schools, June 2008"; "Remedial Education: Know a Problem to Fix It; Revisiting Madison's Math Task Force"; "Math wars: Rote memorization plays crucial role in teaching students how to solve complex calculations, study says"; "Teaching Math — Conversations on the Rifle Range 7: Winds and Currents, Formative Assessments, and the Eternal Gratitude of Dudes"; "Museum of Soviet Calculators On the Web"; "What Students Do (And Don't Do) In Khan Academy"; "Calling a spade a spade: Mathematics in the new pattern of division of labour"; and "Are Hard-Working Chinese Kids A Model for American Students?" and "The End of French Math Supremacy?" and "Why Do Americans Stink at Math?" and "It's 2014. All Children Are Supposed To Be Proficient. What Happened?" and "Was Larry Summers Right about Women in Science and Math?"|
|Levels:||High School (9-12), College|
|Resource Types:||Web-Based Discussions, Articles|
|Math Ed Topics:||Assessment/Testing, Math Ed Research/Reform, Social Issues/Public Policy|
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