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Many mathematics educators in American colleges and universities are housed in a department that carries “curriculum and instruction” in its title. Perhaps it's fitting, then, that these two abstractions cover the lion's share of recent research in mathematics education. The comparison of instructional methods has always been a popular research topic, and the curriculum development efforts of the past two decades managed to elevate the examination of curricula to a higher level on the nation's research agenda. A glance at the titles of the studies surveyed in this issue will confirm that researchers are still largely preoccupied with matters of curriculum and instruction.

Journal for Research in Mathematics Education

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