Math Standards




National Standards



Publications of Interest - Mathematically Sound Foundations
The State of State MATH Standards 2005


by David Klein
With Bastiaan J.Braams,Thomas Parker,
William Quirk,Wilfried Schmid,

and W.Stephen Wilson


The Thomas B.Fordham Foundation










Math Standards fun:
Order numerals from 1 to 10.
I'll have a 6 with ketchup and onions and a 9 on the side. To go please. Thank you very much
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What's Missing from Math Standards?
Focus, Rigor, and Coherence
By William H. Schmidt American Federation of Teachers American Educator

Matching State Standards to ACT's College Readiness Standards
2009 by ACT, Inc. links to every state's report

Few States Set World-Class Standards
Paul E. Peterson and Frederick M. Hess Summer 2008 Education Next


Keeping an Eye on State Standards
Paul E. Peterson and Frederick M. Hess Summer 2006 Education Next

JOHNNY CAN’T READ ... IN SOUTH CAROLINA. BUT IF HIS FOLKS MOVE TO TEXAS, HE’LL BE READING UP A STORM. WHAT’S GOING ON?
Paul E. Peterson and Frederick M. Hess Summer 2005 Education Next


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