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Mathematics Education Dialogues

Mathematics Education Dialogues, published through April 2002, offered an open forum for the exchange of points of view about complex and timely topics in mathematics education. The back issues of Dialogues do not present official policies of NCTM. The Editorial Panel selected essays that presented a variety of viewpoints on each topic.


April 2002 What Motivates Teachers of Mathematics to Enter and Remain in the Profession?

November 2001 What Can We Learn from Comparing the Performance of Asian and North American Students?

May/June 2001 Professional Development: Apple Pie or Raw Rhubarb?

January 2001 Integrate to Make Whole?

October 2000 Teacher Preparation: A Never-Ending Quandary

April 2000 Algebra—A Gate! A Barrier! A Mystery!

October 1999 Back to the Basics or Forward to the Basics--Which Philosophy Should We Embrace?

May/June 1999 Calculators—What Is Their Place in Mathematics Classrooms?

April 1999 Who Should Determine What You Teach?

November 1998 Tracking—a Help or a Hindrance?

May/June 1998 High Stakes Testing—Does It Help or Does It Hurt?

March 1998 Is Mathematics Necessary? Is Long Division Obsolete?

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