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Subject:   February 2003: Question 3
Author: Suzanne
Date: Mar 7 2003
Question 3: Here's a quote from a recent Education Week article: "The research
in math is really in its infancy," Grover J. "Russ" Whitehurst, the director of
the department's new Institute of Education Sciences, said in his speech. "What
it provides in policy and practice is educated guesses."

If it is true that research in math is in its infancy, what are the key
questions it should address as it matures?

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