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Appendix C Papers Presented at the Symposium J. Myron Atkin and Paul Black Using TIMSS in a World of Educational Change. King's Coll- ege, London, 1997. (Revised paper published in Phi Delta Kappan; see References.) Daryl E. Chubin Comments on "Implications of TIMSS for Policy and Practice" by Richard Elmore. National Science Foundation, 1997. Jan de Lange Looking Through the TIMSS Mirror from a Teaching Angle. Freudenthal Institute, Utrecht University, The Netherlands, 1997. Richard F. Elmore Education Policy and Practice in the Aftermath of TIMSS. De- partment of Education, Harvard University, 1997. Edward H. Haertel Exploring and Explaining U.S. TIMSS Performance. Stanford University, 1997. Stephen P. Heyneman Using TIMSS in a World of Change: Comments at the National Academy of Sciences. The World Bank, Washington, D.C., 1997. Michael Huberman Qualities of Instruction and Varieties of Qualitative Research. University of Geneva, 1997. RESULTS OF THE THIRD INTERNATIONAL MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE STUDY 41