Education and Didactics


WP Series: Mathematics Stagnation Nation Series for the Usa (Part 5) the Quasi-Universal Math Stagnations in Developed Countries Are Real and Won’t go Away as the Conventional Edu Reforms Are Mostly Futile: How to Transcend Them with Mmu1

Authors: Dongchan Lee

Here, we will demonstrate the following: 1) the math EDU stagnations in almost all OECD nations (especially in the Western countries) are here to stay and they will not go away according to the data from PISA, TIMSS internationally and NAEP for the USA; 2) as the Math growth is critical for the modern economic growths and yet the EDU establishments are highly inefficient and adhere to the traditional alternatives instead of embracing more unconventional approaches, we provide a wide variety of the reality-biting results; 3) throughout the paper in this series, we used the yellow arrows as the expected math growth estimations against the past historic math growth data from the international and national math tests to demonstrate to the readers as to what they are missing by simply looking at the other directions when the answer is here already; 4) our mantra: to end math poverty means to end poverty itself. As such, we focus primarily on the math poorest 25 percentile of students especially (as about 20-35 percentiles of the math poverty population, especially in the grades 3-5 seem to have very negative impacts on the population for the rest of their lives; 5) we propose the worst case plan 4th of MMU1, which in itself is revolutionary and will achieve what the average USA cities or states have achieved past 20 years in just 2 years.

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