Recommended Reading: K-12 MATH EDUCATION IN THE U.S.
Milgram, R. James. (2005). What is Mathematical Proficiency. <https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Richard_Milgram/publication/266529830_What_is_Mathematical_Proficiency/links/54b93d6d0cf24e50e93c3708/What-is-Mathematical-Proficiency.pdf>
Schmidt, W.H., Wang, H.C., and McKnight, C.C. (2005). Curriculum coherence: An examination of U.S. mathematics and science content standards from an international perspective. Journal of Curriculum Studies, 37(5), p. 525-559.
Schmidt, William H. (2003). Too Little Too Late: American High Schools in an International Context. Brookings Papers on Education Policy, pp. 253-278
Schmidt, William H. (2008). What’s Missing from Math Standards? Focus, Rigor, and Coherence. American Educator.
Wilson, W. S. Are our students better now? <http://www.math.jhu.edu/~wsw/papers2/education/11a-are-they-better-unabridged-08.pdf >
Wilson, W. S. Elementary School Mathematics Priorities. <http://www.math.jhu.edu/~wsw/papers/PAPERS/ED/ee.pdf>
Wilson, W. S. (2005). Short response to Tunis’s letter to the editor on technology in college. Educational Studies in Mathematics. (58):415-420. <http://www.math.jhu.edu/~wsw/ED/EDUCTunis.pdf>
Wilson, W. S. and D. Q. Naiman. (2004). K-12 Calculator usage and college grades. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 56:119-122. <http://www.math.jhu.edu/~wsw/ED/pubver.pdf>