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MATHEMATICAL PREPARATION OF THE TECHNICAL WORK FORCE: REPORT OF A WORKSHOP TABLE OF CONTENTS     PREFACE   5     WELCOMING REMARKS Hyman Bass   9     BACKGROUND BRIEFINGS   13       • ON PROGRAMS Gisela Harkin   13       • ON HISTORY Larry Rosenstock   14       • ON MATHEMATICS Pamela E. Matthews   14     WORKSHOP THEMES   17     OBSERVATIONS AND REFLECTIONS   19     REPORT OF THE WORKSHOP       • ALTERING THE DEBATE Robert Rothman   21     POSITION PAPERS   29       • THE VOLUNTARY INDUSTRY STANDARDS PROJECTS Kenneth Chapman   31       • LEARNING SECONDARY SCHOOL MATHEMATICS Arla Huber   32       • ASSIGNING CREDIT FOR TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS Therese A. Jones   33       • RECOMMENDATIONS FOR SCHOOL MATHEMATICS Carole B. Lacampagne and Barry Cipra   34       • MATHEMATICS PREPARATION FOR ALL STUDENTS Pamela E. Matthews   36

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MATHEMATICAL PREPARATION OF THE TECHNICAL WORK FORCE: REPORT OF A WORKSHOP      • AN INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVE Patrick Dale McCray   37       • WHO IS WORKPLACE-BASED MATHEMATICS GOOD FOR? Martin Nahemow   39      • EDUCATION IN THE NEXT CENTURY Arnold Packer   40      • MATHEMATICS FOR ALL Joseph G. Rosenstein   41       • LESSONS LEARNED FROM INTEGRATING CURRICULA Jean Simcic   43       • MAKING MATHEMATICS MATTER Gary Simundza   44       • KEEPING STUDENTS' OPTIONS OPEN Diane M. Spresser   45       • THE TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS CORE: ISSUES FOR THE 1990'S AND BEYOND Elizabeth J. Teles   47       • A ONE-TRACK VISION? William Thomas   48       • PROMOTING CURRICULUM INTEGRATION Margaret Vickers   49       • YOUR CURRICULUM: TRANSFER OR TECHNICAL? Susan S. Wood   52       • ENHANCING LEARNER-CENTERED MATHEMATICS Deborah A. Zopf   53     • SELECTED READINGS   55     • SELECTED RESOURCES   57     • LIST OF PARTICIPANTS   59     • MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES EDUCATION BOARD   63