*Big Business, Race, and Gender in Mathematics Reform, by David Klein


*Romancing the Child, by E. D. HIRSCH JR.

*Cognitive Child Abuse in Our Math Classrooms, By C. Bradley Thompson

*Recent Directions in San Diego Mathematics Education, by Paul Clopton

*The Truth About The Revised NCTM Standards Arithmetic is Still Missing!

*How a new math program rose to the top

*Knowing and Teaching Elementary Mathematics, by Richard Askey. Published by AMERICAN EDUCATOR/AMERICAN FEDERATION OF TEACHERS

*MATHEMATICS "COUNCIL" LOSES HARD-EARNED CREDIBILITY, By Frank B. Allen Professor of Mathematics Emeritus, Elmhurst College, National Advisor for Mathematically Correct, and former President of NCTM

*Reform Mathematics Education How to "Succeed" Without Really Trying, by Paul Clopton Cofounder, Mathematically Correct

*The Role of Long Division in the K-12 Curriculum, by David Klein, Department of Mathematics California State University, Northridge R. James Milgram, Department of Mathematics, Stanford University

*Why the U.S. Department of Education's recommended math programs don't add up, By David Klein

*Integrated Mathematics in LAUSD, from Mathematically Correct

*LA's Math Program Just Doesn't Add Up, by David Klein and R. James Milgram. Los Angeles Times September 17, 1999

*If math were a color . . .By Marcia Tsicouris

*MATH WARS Wall Street Journal Lead Editorial, January 4, 2000

*No Such Thing As Malpractice In Edu-Land, by Debra J. Saunders/San Francisco Friday, February 4, 2000

*Hearing on "The Federal Role in K-12 Mathematics Reform" February 2, 2000

*A Plea in Defense of Euclidean Geometry, By BARRY SIMON

*Mathematicians dispute federal education experts, by Linda Seebach/Denver Rocky Mountain News

*Developing and Implementing Academic Standards, by Pacific Research Institute Nov. 21, 1999

*Scholars Weigh In Against Education Dept.'s Endorsement of 10 Math Programs for Children, by By Julianne Basinger/The Chronicle of Higher Education.

*Reform vs. Traditional Math Curricula. A preliminary report comparing traditional math curricula with Core-Plus program by Gregory F. Bachelis, Ph.D. Professor of Mathematics, Wayne State University Detroit, Michigan

*Experts Attack Math Teaching Programs, LA Times 11/18/99

*Texas School Districts Reject "Fuzzy Math" Textbooks -- Major Defeat for Statewide Systemic Initiative

*Statewide Testing a Step: We need to know how students compare, by Robert L. Trigg / San Francisco Chronicle

*An American nightmare: Mathematics education, by Linda Seebach. Commenting on a book by Liping Ma

*California Standards and Assessments, by R. James Milgram and Veronica Norris

*Outcomes Analysis for Core Plus Students: One Year Later, by R. James Milgram, Department of Mathematics Stanford University

Higher Goals for Exit Exams. California cheats its students by expecting too little, by Pete Wilson and Bill Evers, SF Chronicle

*The California High School Exit Examination ( H S E E )

*Officials: Calculators add up trouble, By DAVID ROGERS SUN STAF

*Where's the Math? by Debra J. Saunders San Francisco Chronicle

Graphic-Calulators and Algebra, The Detroit News

*Man of Science Has a Problem With Real Math, by Debra J. Saunders San Francisco Chronicle

*Yes, California, There Is a Right Answer

*The Fuzziest of Disciplines, by Alexander Nazaryan and Alexander Wilson

*High School Students And Lab Rats, by Debra J. Saunders San Francisco Chronicle

*Hands On, Dumb Down, by Debra J. Saunders San Francisco Chronicle

*One Size Does Not Fit All, by Chester E. Finn, Jr. and Michael J. Petrilli Teacher Magazine, January 1999

*Girls Are Beneficiaries Of Gender Gap, by Diane Ravitch The Wall Street Journal, December 17, 1998

*Giving Thanks For Turkey And Nuts, by Debra J. Saunders San Francisco Chronicle

*Correcting math's blackboard bunglers, The Washington Post Nov 5, 1998

*The Pythagorean Theorem, Constructivist pedagogy vs. a traditional deductive approach, from Mathematically Correct, by G. D. Chakerian and Kurt Kreith

*Flunking the Tests, by Debra J. Saunders

*Exposing a New-New Math Educrat, by Charles L. Beavers

*Bloomfield parents fight for old math and Calculators do most of work in new math, by Tracy Van Moorlehem

*The largest Educational Study Ever, From Brevard

*Math Gadfly Calls Math Faddists' Bluff, by Debra J. Saunders

*'New, new math' has parents crying 'back to basics', By Mike Antonucci

*LAUSD's Refusal to Adopt the California Mathematics Standards, by David Klein



Text Reviews

*New California Mathematics Adoptions, as of June 10, 1999

*Mathematics Program Reviews for Grades 2, 5, and 7. From Mathematically Correct

*Algebra l Text reviews from Mathematically Correct

California STAR test and other Reports

*California K-8 Mathemathics Instructional Materials Adoptions Jan. 10, 2001

*API Scores from the state

*California State *STAR* test results

*A STAR test California County map from Mathematically Correct

*The California SAT Scores for 1992-1998. This site also includes the top 50 High Schools and much more.

*The California Community College and California High School Academic Progress Reports
Locate your county and High School.


Mathematics Standards

*1999 Conference on Standards-Based K-12 Education California State University Northridge

*YES! LAUSD Adopts California Standards on June 8, 1999

*A comparison of LAUSD math standards and the California math standards. How do your districts mathematics standards compare with the California mathematics standards?

*Orange Unified School District adopts California Mathematics Standards.

*From American Federation of Teachers *MATH STANDARDS TOO LOW*

*Read about the NCTM Standards

*Setting Higher Sights, from the American Federation of Teachers

*Judge Your State or District Standards, from the American Federation of Teachers

*Putting Standards and Grades Together, from the American Federation of Teachers

*Proposed National Test in Mathematics, recommendations from the American Mathematical Association

*Can You Meet World-Class Standards? From the American Federation of Teachers



*"How can we expect our students to test well in math and science internationally when we do not even ask them to take challenging courses and rigorous tests throughout their middle and high school careers." - U.S. Secretary of Education Richard W. Riley Press Conference February 23, 1998

*"Students may not like putting forth the effort it takes to master the basics. But that's no excuse for educators to shortchange kids for fear of offending them." - SAN DIEGO UNION-TRIBUNE