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Mathematical Proficiency for All Students

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Mathematical Proficiency for All Students
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Publisher: RAND Corporation
ISBN/ASIN: 083303331X
ISBN-13: 9780833033314
Number of pages: 122

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A clear need exists for substantial improvement in mathematics proficiency in U.S. schools. While the federal government and the nation's school systems have made significant investments toward improving mathematics education, the knowledge base supporting these efforts has generally been weak.

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