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The study examined mathematics education at three levels: curricular intentions, implemented curriculum, and student achievement. Student performance was measured and reported separately for five areas: - arithmetic - algebra - geometry - measurement - statistics. The study included some features that involved a replication of the First International Mathematics Study (FIMS). It also incorporated a detailed longitudinal component designed to investigate causal relationships between the output and input measures of mathematics education.
<br> Key Findings are given as well as major publications and a Link to the Study website.