Policies and Practices in Support of Mathematics Learning in Global Contexts
Keywords:mathematics achievement, mathematics teacher preparation, assessing mathematics
This issue of Global Education Review focuses on policies and practices in support of mathematics learning in global contexts. The issue highlights relevant research findings, illuminates areas that are in need of additional research, and examines the implications of these findings on educational outcomes. The ten manuscripts in this issue focus on three primary topics: efforts to improve student achievement and factors that impact achievement; implications of assessment frameworks, scoring, and analyses; and methods to improve teacher preparation and teacher knowledge. The manuscripts are organized in this issue by these topics.
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