Defining the Situation: The Continuing Importance of Mathematics Education for African American Students
Stewart, Mac A., Negro Educational Review
American science and engineering still provide significant leadership to the world in the development of new ideas and technologies, but many individuals and groups interested in American education have voiced concern about whether our nation will continue to provide such leadership in the future. Recent news of South Korean progress with stem cell research suggests that other nations and cultures are in a position to challenge American dominance-if, indeed, we are now dominant. Observers who are old enough will recall a similar foreign challenge in the form of the Soviet launching of Sputnik on October 4, 1957. According to NASA's official account;
That launch ushered in new …
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Publication information: Article title: Defining the Situation: The Continuing Importance of Mathematics Education for African American Students. Contributors: Stewart, Mac A. - Author. Journal title: Negro Educational Review. Volume: 56. Issue: 2/3 Publication date: July 2005. Page number: 101. © Negro Educational Review, Inc. Spring 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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