89.  

Hawkins, Stancavage, and Dossey, 1998, p. 19.

90.  

Blank and Langeson, 1999, p. 64.

91.  

Blank and Langeson, 1999, p. 73.

92.  

Council of Chief State School Officers, 1998, p. 26.

93.  

Jerald, Curran, and Boser, 1999, p. 116. For information on the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, see http://www.nbpts.org [July 20, 2001] or Kelly, 1995.

94.  

Darling-Hammond, 1999, pp. 38–39.

95.  

Darling-Hammond, 1999, p. 29.

96.  

Dossey and Mullis, 1997, p. 20.

97.  

Campbell, Voelkl, and Donahue, 2000.

98.  

Reese, Miller, Mazzeo, and Dossey, 1997, p. 53.

99.  

Reese, Miller, Mazzeo, and Dossey, 1997.

100.  

Dossey, 2000, p. 31.

101.  

Campbell, Voelkl, and Donahue, 2000.

102.  

Campbell, Voelkl, and Donahue, 2000, p. 62–64. See also Secada, 1992; Silver, Strutchens, and Zawojewski, 1997; Strutchens and Silver, 2000.

103.  

Zernike, 2000.

104.  

Reese, Miller, Mazzeo, and Dossey, 1997, pp. 38–39.

105.  

U.S. Department of Education, 2000b.

106.  

The values in the text are computed from Mullis, Martin, Beaton, Gonzalez, Kelly, & Smith, 1997, p. B-3. For similar discussions, see National Research Council, 1999a, p. 21; National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 1997.

107.  

The values in the text are computed from Beaton, Mullis, Martin, Gonzalez, Kelly, & Smith, 1996, p. B-3. For similar discussions, see National Research Council, 1999a, p. 21; National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 1996.

108.  

U.S. Department of Education, 2000a.

109.  

National Research Council, 1999a, p. 27; Wilson and Blank, 1999, pp. 2–3.

110.  

National Education Goals Panel, 1998.

111.  

Kimmelman, Kroeze, Schmidt, van der Ploeg, McNeely, and Tan, 1999.

112.  

Martin, Mullis, Gregory, Hoyle, and Shen, in press. The Second International Mathematics Study produced similar results (McKnight, Crosswhite, Dossey, Kifer, Swafford, Travers, and Cooney, 1987, pp. 108–109).

113.  

National Research Council, 1999a, p. 20.

114.  

The National Research Council, 1999b, put forward a Strategic Education Research Program that aims to coordinate improvement efforts through networks of committed education researchers, practitioners, and policy makers.

References

American Association for the Advancement of Science. (2000a). Algebra for all—Not with today’s textbooks, says AAAS [On-line]. Available: http://www.project2061.org/newsinfo/press/r1000426.htm. [July 10, 2001].



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