## A Research Companion to Principles and Standards for School MathematicsJeremy Kilpatrick, W. Gary Martin, Deborah Schifter, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Provides the anchoring of research and theory for Principles and Standards for School Mathematics, containing research relevant to topics covered in the publication. Supplies a comprehensive analysis of what research should be expected to do in setting standards for school mathematics. Focuses on research derived from professional development of teachers, mathematics assessment, and literature on curriculum topics, among others. |

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### Contents

What Research Says About the NCTM Standards | 5 |

Making Mathematics Reasonable in School | 27 |

Teaching Teachers Knowledge and Their Professional Development | 45 |

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