Mathematical Proficiency for All Students: Toward a Strategic Research and Development Program in Mathematics Education

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The research in this report was prepared for the Office of Educational Research and Improvement (OERI), U.S. Department of Education under Contract ENG 981273.

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RAND Mathematics Study Panel.
Mathematical proficiency for all students : toward a strategic research and
development program in mathematics education / RAND Mathematics Study
Panel, Deborah Loewenberg Ball, Chair.
p. cm.
‘MR-1643.’
Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN 0-8330-3331-X
1. Mathematics–Study and teaching–United States. 2. Mathematics teachers
Training of–United States. I. Ball, Deborah Loewenberg, 1954 . II. Title.

QA13.R36 2003 510′.71′073–dc21

2002155703

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