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Mathematics Curriculum Framework  November 2000
Acknowledgments
The 2000 Mathematics Curriculum Framework is the result of the contributions of many mathematics educators across the state. Because of the broadbased, participatory nature of the revision process, this document cannot reflect all of the professional views of every contributor. It reflects instead a balanced synthesis of their suggestions. The Department of Elementary and Secondary Education wishes to thank all of the groups that contributed to the development of these mathematics standards: the Mathematics Revision Panel, the Revision Steering Committee, the Mathematics/Science Advisory Council, gradespan teacher groups, professional educational associations and organizations, and all of the individual teachers, administrators, mathematicians, mathematics education faculty, and parents who took the time to provide thoughtful comments during the public comment period.
Department of Elementary and Secondary Education Staff
Hillel Bromberg, Staff Writer
Barbara Libby, Professional Development Administrator
Bethe McBride, Statewide Mathematics Coordinator
Jeff Nellhaus, Director of Standards, Assessment and Evaluation
Thomas Noonan, Director, Science, Technology Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)
Sandra Stotsky, Deputy Commissioner for Academic Affairs and Planning
Lori Houghton Wright, Assessment Specialist, Mathematics and Science Assessment
Mathematics Advisor
Wilfried Schmid, Professor of Mathematics, Harvard University
Last Updated: November 1, 2000
