In 2008, the National Mathematics Advisory Panel released the final report of their review and inquiry of mathematics education in the United States. Included in this report were recommendations to ensure student mastery of algebra. The panel recommended that teachers plan to teach the comprehensive set of major topics of algebra and school set expectations and provide multiple paths to help all students succeed.

To learn more about these practices and the other findings of the Panel, view Foundations for Success: Report of the National Mathematics Advisory Panel.

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Key Messages of the Panel Report

Key Messages of the Panel Report

Dr. Larry Faulkner, Chair of the National Mathematics Advisory Panel, discusses key recommendations. These are especially focused on important messages for teachers, such as providing a strong...

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National Math Panel: Major Topics of School Algebra

National Math Panel: Major Topics of School Algebra

Watch this overview to learn about the major topics of school algebra recommended by the National Mathematics Advisory Panel and two identified practices to support authentic algebra instruction...

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07/15/2014
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National Math Panel: Advisory Panel

National Math Panel: Advisory Panel

Watch this brief overview to learn about the purpose and findings of the National Mathematics Advisory Panel and research-based recommendations for improving mathematics instruction. Find out why...

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07/15/2014
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Visual Diagram: The Major Topics of School Algebra

Visual Diagram: The Major Topics of School Algebra

This visual diagram illustrates two algebra practices based on the findings and recommendations presented in the National Mathematics Advisory Panel report. Use the diagram as a way to engage...

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