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  • U.S. Teens Lag as China Soars on International Test
    Fifteen-year-olds in the U.S. ranked 25th among peers from 34 countries on a math test and scored in the middle in science and reading, while China's Shanghai topped the charts, raising concern that the U.S. isn't prepared to succeed in the global economy. Read More
  • How to Fix Our Math Education
    THERE is widespread alarm in the United States about the state of our math education. The anxiety can be traced to the poor performance of American students on various international tests, and it is now embodied in George W. Bush's No Child Left Behind law, which requires public school students to pass standardized math tests by the year 2014 and punishes their schools or their teachers if they do not. Read More
  • Math Skills Suffer in U.S., Study Finds
    The United States is failing to develop the math skills of both girls and boys, especially among those who could excel at the highest levels, a new study asserts, and girls who do succeed in the field are almost all immigrants or the daughters of immigrants from countries where mathematics is more highly valued. Read More
  • Beijingmath added two new functions to its current version - 12/02/2011
    Thank you for using Beijingmath. We appreciate your support and valuable suggestions. We will have a new software release on 12/02/2011 (this Friday) from 00:30 AM to 7:30 AM US Central Time. Read More